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Granny Annie

I have to ponder this. It is a great idea but some may adopt a dog for a week off. It is also an idea that is good, cheap advertising for the beer company and might vanish after a year or two. Am I a pessimist? Guess so:-)


What a great idea. It does take our new four legged buddies a bit of time to feel comfortable in their new surroundings and having the master at home for a week is one way to do that.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

Jodi Stone

That's amazing. Some people really are trailbreakers...


Not bad.

My old boss was NOT a dog lover by any means. But he allowed me to bring Honey to work with me during the house training period. We got the bonding in, I got to do my work, and now I have a perfectly trained dog who won't pee on a boat for love or money. :)

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

That is a fantastic idea


WOW! What a cool idea! I wish there were more people like him!


but fathers can't get paid leave to stay home with a new born..?? sigh*

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay i am totaly in fayvor of paid puppy leeve!!! ware do i sine up??? and how long do i hav to stay befor they wil pay me to leeve??? ok bye


Put me in the undecided column on this one for now.

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