Sunday, September 19, 2021

How it went..

It didn't. 

The young woman who manages the pet store where Gregg works has been fostering the puppy. She's flakey and unreliable. After confirming with her last week that Sunday would be a good day to introduce the dogs, she quit returning Gregg's texts yesterday.

We think she went to Charleston for the weekend to see her boyfriend, who's been showing interest in adopting the puppy. 

Here's a Facebook post he shared the other day.

I can't think of any other reason for her to disappear over the weekend and stop returning texts. I'm sure she'll have excuses when Gregg sees her at work again. 

Sigh.

I suppose it wasn't really meant to be this time. I'm disappointed, but it's okay. I'll get over it.


19 comments:

  1. I suspect you've read the handwriting on the wall correctly. Better luck next time!

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  2. I agree with Debs. Who knows, but it sounds as though he may keep the puppy. She could have handled this better and communicated better with you guys, if you ask me. But as long as puppy get a nice comfy and loving home, I guess it's a win.

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  3. I think there's another dog out there who needs you more. Cute pups will always get homes.
    The pet store woman has potentially made the working relationship very uncomfortable for herself. Silly

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  4. I suppose that the important thing is that she get a good home, but that woman is dishonest, and I really cannot stand people like that. I'm sorry she jerked you around.

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  5. Sadly, lovely dogs like that don't hang around too long; there'll be others. Maybe George was saying "No".

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  6. She could have at least had the decency to let you know her boyfriend was thinking of taking the dog.

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  7. That was very inconsiderate of her! I'm sorry Jennifer. I still believe that if it is meant to be, the right dog will come along and you will all be happy, especially George!

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  8. It really was inconsiderate, but like the others have said, I hope it means the puppy will have a good life in her new home.

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  9. She sounds like a real piece of work. At least the pup will have a home (a good one I assume), but the store manager is childish, inconsiderate, and unprofessional.

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  10. What a shame it didn't work out, I just hope the pup. has a happy life. Take heart, somewhere out there is an equally adorable puppy just waiting for you to take her/him home!

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  11. As someone who deals with people regularly and knows the value of customer service, that was ignorant of her.

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  12. Disappointing with a capital D. Maybe her boyfriend will decide No, and the pup will still be available. Of course George gets the final word.

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  13. Let's just hope that it goe where it will be well looked after and much loved, which is all a pup asks for.

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  14. youth...wasted on the young..hope he adopts that sweet faced baby.

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