I know some people are at the point where money is pretty much everything, but...I personally am not there yet. I don't have anyone depending on me, and I'm not being a burden for someone else. So, no, I wouldn't give up my dog for a million dollars.
Depends on the day, lol. If it was the day I came to find Nash with is head all bloody, busted out of his crate, the gate knocked down and various items destroyed . . . I might have said yes. Today, no.
If she were going to a good home, yes.
I wouldn't be able look my reflection in the eyes but I'm struggling to make rent. I live on ramen while Kaki eats california natural. If I weren't so stressed about cash, I'd say no.
At times I am ready to give away one of my dogs for a half a stale cracker and a burnt out match, especially when he decides to bark at 3 a.m. and I am finally able to sleep (I have pretty bad insomnia). I've actually considered sending him to live with a Junior of my acquaintance--they did great together at a recent match. When push comes to shove, however, I am finding it hard to even think of giving him away to someone I know, let alone selling him to a random stranger for a million dollars. It has nothing to do with whether he would be sold or given away; the hole that he would leave me with in his absence would be the thing that would be hard to deal with.