The Christmas Shepherd : Owners' rights

Owners' rights

2 weeks of a faulty adoption does NOT trump 5 years of genuine ownership, sorry for that little girl but somebody should've bitch smacked her for thinking they had actual rights over the dog.

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I agree. I think it was a cute movie, but in reality I would have demanded my dog back. Buddy was NOT a part of their family. And then maybe went back and fell in love with the guy

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I wouldn't go that far bitchslapping a young girl for any reason calmly talking to the girl n get the dog back would of been fine that kind botherd me to.dont it take a year to adopt somebody r something.

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She didn't have the documents to prove the dog was hers so legally speaking the process may take time and it all depends on second family.

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I agree. That girl wasn't four. She's old enough to know that dog isn't hers. I thought it was despicable they didn't give the dog back immediately.

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Sorry OP, as much as I enjoyed the movie the Polo character didn't deserve to own a dog.

Unsecured yard, dog left outside, that's a strange way to show how much you love it.

And the only one deserving of a "bitch slap" (if this was real life and not a movie) would be the so called owner, not a child who fell in love with the animal and cared for it after the dumb owner lost it.

Si vis pacem, para bellum

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This is where the dad should step up. Give her back her dog. Let the daughter go to the local animal shelter and adopt another dog/puppy. The guilt trip the dad put on the owner was horrible. This girl is old enough to know she shouldn't keep what doesn't belong to her. Any respectable family would have given the dog back.

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This movie is on right now and I'm actually about to turn it off because of this. I'm sorry, I get it's supposed to be part of the plot and everything, but it is making me too angry to be able to sit through. Hopefully they come to their senses in the next couple of minutes or I'm done.

The owner is stupid and irresponsible, yes, so I understand people who wouldn't want her to have him back, and those are probably just lame plot devices as well, but even despite that, she should have got her dog back asap. Those people kept saying how it's theirs and they don't know what to do, he's part of their family now. Like wtf shut up no he isn't. It's been 2 weeks, she's been actively searching non stop since she lost him, he is not part of their family, he needs to go back to his owner. It's not like she showed up a year later, was hardly looking, then stumbled across him one day demanding him back. No child would say they're family after 2 weeks, I don't care what the girl has been through, that doesn't give you a right to be stupid and immoral the rest of your life I would not have been as nice as that lady, I would have been getting the law involved if they didn't return him. But then again, I also would have registered him, had him microchipped, I wouldn't leave a dog outside unattended when I'm not home, and I would always have a collar with my name/phone number on it (especially if you do crap like that)

Just ridiculous
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