would you ever buy an ugly animal like say one who has an allergy n patchy hair

United States
August 17, 2007 1:01pm CST
How important is looks when choosing a pet? why
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• United States
17 Aug 07
It's funny that I saw this discussion, I just answered this question in a response someone made on one of my discussions :) I told them when I move out I plan on getting two dogs. I said they would both be adults (not puppies) and at least one of them would be unattractive. Because I know unattractive dogs have less chance of getting adopted, so I would adopt at least one to help it out! Just because it is unattractive doesn't mean it won't have the best personality!
• United States
22 Aug 07
Absolutely. If more people spayed and nuetered there wouldn't be as much of a choice at the pound - which would be a good thing - less animals to be murdered. I hope you spay and nueter your pets.
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• United States
23 Aug 07
All 9 of my cats and dogs ( 7 cats, 2 dogs)are spayed and nuetered! And all future pets will be also. I agree, and I wish that people would be smart and stop breeding their animals, trying to make a profit on the puppies. They need to realize animal shelters are in more need then they are!
• United States
23 Aug 07
Oh! And thanks for best response! :)
@smileonstar (4014)
• United States
17 Aug 07
well, if it comes to be a dog then I would love to have a cute puppy. I am not good with taking care of the pet that much, but I rather choose the healthy one and pretty one and then I don't have to worry about anything else. But if it so cute but it has allergy and you can't take your eyes of him/her, then the vet would be the second choice too... :)