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I bought a dog, now the women want him back. what do i do?

she had him for 5 years and had to get rid him, i bought him and have him for month now she want him back. what do i do?

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He's yours, you don't have to give him back. But if you want to, at least make her return your money.

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if you made a deal you made a deal

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He's yours now!! Say you gave him to me so now he's mine! Not yours! Goodbye! And slam the door in her face if she comes to the door.

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ya he is your and you don't have to give him back you paid for him she cant say a thing to make you give him back

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Keep it. It's not fair to the dog to have to keep switching owners. Plus who knows if shell be able to keep this time. She might have o give the dog up again. It's best to keep it. For the dogs sake

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I would give it back, the woman probably thinks the dog is a member of her family now.

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That explains why she sold him to I presume a stranger. Glad she's not my mum.
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a deal is a deal

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Could you tell this woman really loved her dog. Was the dog in tiptop shape & well cared for. If so you may consider selling the dog back out of kindness but then again This may not be what it seems. If you bought him how can her circumstances change so dramatically in a month . You ever thought some one else might be willing to pay more than you did & she wants it back. I would find out why she wants it back. When you truly love a dog you don't sell it to a stranger. You give it to family or someone you know who will allow you visitation rights & that's if you could bear to part with it in the first place. I'd check it out before making a discission.

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Many "life" seasons come and pass within a month. Perhaps, a season to love, and let go is in order. A new year cometh to all.

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Who are you saying should let go the old owner or the new.
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Not knowing all the details on both sides, here are some case scenarios:
(1) Perhaps the first woman is in a better financial/living arrangement than before. Therefore, she would like/get the dog back.
(2) Perhaps the second owner only bought the dog for breeding purposes or financial gain. Nothing is mentioned about bonding with the dog herself or possibly children.
(3) As you mentioned, there many undisclosed facts.
(4) If all is on the up and up on both sides, my personal opinion is that the original owner receive the dog back.
(5) As to changing "life' seasons, Ref - Both my parents died within a month of each other last year.
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Don't if the dog is loves you never

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