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Khon Kaen Dave

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When I was in the UK I was on the emergency register for children.
If the social services or the police found a child that had been abused/neglected they needed a place of safety for the child.
When I got some children I saw the same behaviour when I fed them
Shaking, grabbing food, looking around to see if it was going to be taken from them.
I can't stand cruelty in any form.
Hopefully it will pass with your dog.

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27 minutes ago, edd said:

When I was in the UK I was on the emergency register for children.
If the social services or the police found a child that had been abused/neglected they needed a place of safety for the child.
When I got some children I saw the same behaviour when I fed them
Shaking, grabbing food, looking around to see if it was going to be taken from them.
I can't stand cruelty in any form.
Hopefully it will pass with your dog.

Thanks for that.

She is still doing it, but not so much. If youve read the other posts, you will know that we have 2 dogs, but luckily enough, the other dog has excepted her and i feed them in different places around the yard, so she gets to eat in piece.

It must be heartbreaking to watch the same thing in kid's though.

In fact your job(for which i have the greatest respect) must be heartbreaking 99% of the time.

Kids need people like you.

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Sometimes heart breaking often very gratifying.
Only had the kids until the kids were found a permanent foster home or adopted by loving parents.
I had a great Dane and a Labrador & my dogs are the things that they remembered the most.
Didn't get to see them much after they moved on but the social services would contact me and ask for pictures of the big dog (the Great Dane) they all remembered ( Egor)
12 stone, 6ft 8ins when he stood on his back legs.
Soft as a brush.
The local children would come and ask if Egor could come and play out.
Happy Days.

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