Hi everyone, need some help here please, as most of you know i lost my sweet toy poodle(antares) on 2-20-08,since then me and my husband have been discussing getting a new toy poodle as a puppy,so we found this pet store ALL PETS CLUB and put a 50$ deposit on one that was supposed to come in today,us being able to be first pick to look at her,b4 anyone else....we were so excited this morning when we woke up cuz we were supposed to look at her tonight,my husband called at 1pm today cuz they were supposed to call him at 11am,and they basically said it would be another 2 weeks before she came in.....even tho they swore to him shed be in today........my gut says that 1 of the employees saw her and bought her,even tho they are telling him different,that the breeder wont release new puppys till they are over 2pds(understandable).....but i always try to go by my gut feeling,and something just doesnt sound right to me,hubby is so pissed now,and i am upset yet again.....what would you do??? wait another 2 weeks for her,or try other options like the pound or something,WE NEED another dog,house is way to quiet,on the one hand ill wait another 2 weeks but on the other i wanna go to the pound...........so confused and upset now dont know exactly what to do,any comments on this is greatly appreciated..thx
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