While walking home last night an odd little puppy followed me home the unusual thing is that she actually is only about 9weeks old and has DUCT TAPE around his muzzle. I brought him to the vet to remove the duct tape and since he was dirty and thin I fed him and offered him a bath.
Later I used to be while i was on the computer I read about dog fighting and exactly how they would use pups and small canines as bait. Now I believe there might be unlawful dog fighting in my own neighborhood. If I am seen with their bait that got away they might track my house down.
Is this reasonable to dye his locks so long as it is safe and wont harm the pup? An where can I buy locks dye that is safe for him? Is in any case you can conceal your dog until it ages there? I’d also suggest registering your dog in your name and getting license tags to be able to prove your dog is yours if you’d to. If you can hide the dog until it expands some Perhaps, they won’t understand the dog.
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I understand that you want to dye your young puppies hair, but like any dye its not permanant. Dont dye your puppies hair just watch him very carefully so no one sees him. Visit a different neighborhood to walk him. Hair Dye is niether safe or a good notion. You see it in poodles but its not good and they are mainly adult dogs still.
It would be dangerous for pups. Don’t dye your pups fur. It’s weird and can probably make him unwell (even if it says it’s safe). I’ve never heard about this and could not recommend it. Like the dog fighters even would give a crap about one bait dog getting loose and in the rear of my brain why would they duct tape a puppies mouth.
People who combat canines should be shot. Keep your new puppy inside to keep him safe. You need to report your dog fighting before you even consider dying the dog’s locks. If you want to disguise your pet, ask you vet what he suggests. There could be more options than you think.
They won’t look for him, and if they did, you get their titles, record and addresses these to the police and Animal Services. Do NOT provide them with that dog, he’s obviously been abused and you will be more abused if they get him back, I doubt they care and attention to consider him enough. Concerning dying his hair, I suspect he’s had enough misery, you need to be good to him and hide him when you have to.