“You’re not going to get my heart and soul and all of my thoughts and everything I’ve been through, if you’re not serious about the dog you’re going to lose him,” Ms Gwynne said.
“You can’t take the dog away from him and leave him with no one to talk to.
She said she’s been told it’s not a family issue but her son and his wife are still grieving the loss of their dog.
Her husband’s wife has had three other pets in the past year, but Ms Gwenne said she never thought about it.
”I’ve never been in the situation where I’ve lost my dog, because I’ve always taken the best care of him and he has been my partner and my husband,” she said.”
I was devastated to hear it was him, and I couldn’t believe it.
I had to tell him I loved him so much.”
Ms Gwynnne said it took about six months to get her husband’s dog back after it was shot with a shot gun and killed by a fire truck in July.
Ms Gwennne has been through so much in her life, and she is now going to try and find a way to get a pet dog back.
A woman in New South Wales was taken to hospital in an ambulance after she was bitten by a dog in a backyard in June.
An elderly man was also bitten by an Australian bulldog in March, but was treated at the scene.
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