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Cordelia's Mom 33 kids; Bakersfield, California 3685 posts
28th Mar '13

Nope, just because I think that's a bad reason to get rid of an innocent dog.

ChristinaLynne Due October 7 (boy); 2 kids; Pancake, TX, United States 29510 posts
status 28th Mar '13

I just think of all the added stress and bills. Like if something breaks for them you have to pay to fix it and imagine the damage that can be done to your home.

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting That one chick.:" Nope, just because I think that's a bad reason to get rid of an innocent dog."


Really? That's your only reason? And she just said she'd pay for someone to take care of her dog since she couldn't keep him at her house. She's not fully getting rid of him.



OP renting out your house comes with a lot of added expenses also. Is there a way to get someone to buy out that loan at a lower rate?

Brandie Dawne Due November 10; 2 kids; Mt Vernon, Ohio 1234 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting ChristinaLynne:" I just think of all the added stress and bills. Like if something breaks for them you have to pay to fix it and imagine the damage that can be done to your home."


Exactly and what happens when your stuck in a lease and your renter moves out on you or stops paying.

αuτumnα∫ 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 66624 posts
status 28th Mar '13

Maybe you should sell.

Cordelia's Mom 33 kids; Bakersfield, California 3685 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" Really? That's your only reason? And she just said she'd pay for someone to take care of her dog since ... [snip!] ... out your house comes with a lot of added expenses also. Is there a way to get someone to buy out that loan at a lower rate?"


I didn't read the thread I just read the OP.

I'm me 4 kids; Kentucky 3109 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting That one chick.:" Nope, just because I think that's a bad reason to get rid of an innocent dog."


I think a dog would be a bad reason to let your self go bankrupt. But I'm not much of an animal person :P

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting I'm me:" I think a dog would be a bad reason to let your self go bankrupt. But I'm not much of an animal person :P"


I consider myself a "pet parent" not a pet owner and I would sell/give away my pets if it meant the difference between bankruptcy and staying afloat. :lol:

Captain Obvious 2 kids; Havana, Cuba 25634 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" I consider myself a "pet parent" not a pet owner and I would sell/give away my pets if it meant the difference between bankruptcy and staying afloat. :lol:"


agree!

Noah and Baby J's mommy 2 kids; Oregon 3454 posts
28th Mar '13

Money was tight prior to needing to take out the loan. We had 4 banks tell us no on a loan today after we talked to a lawyer. So we went to a payday loan place that agreed to take the loan on for us.



My husband has owned the house for 3 years. I moved in when we got married in August. So hes only moved once in 3 years. Ive moved 4 in the last year.



Like I said I love my dog. There are a few places around here that accept pets but hes on the "dangerous breed list" (German Shepherd) and people instantly worry. Even though my two year old could do more damage then him.

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting Noahs Mommy =]:" Money was tight prior to needing to take out the loan. We had 4 banks tell us no on a loan today after ... [snip!] ... breed list" (German Shepherd) and people instantly worry. Even though my two year old could do more damage then him. "


What about family? Could you ask anyone to pay the loan back and have you pay them back instead?

DeanJade&Mak's Mom 3 kids; Covina, CA, United States 8822 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting Noahs Mommy =]:" It honestly will be the difference between surviving and bankruptcy. We just had to take out a $5000 "personal loan" For a custody battle. At 47% interest. The payments are over $400 a month. "


then i would move...maybe do a 1 yr lease with ur house and rent somewhere cheaper get my finances in order and move back, but i would deff try to find a place i could have my pet...