Comments on Jon and Kate Plus Two – Puppies

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sdgasgapjdgpadg   asdgjspdgjspdjg, MS

5/24/2009 6:27:40 PM

This was a terrible desicion!! Getting(not one) but TWO GSD pups was a bad idea, for a person with 8 kids and who dosen't know a thing about dogs. GSDs are NOT for the first time dog owner!I grew up with GSDs all my life! They should have gotten a 6 year old golden retriever. I watched as the gosselins "housebroke" their pups. They didn't take them out enough and they should never ever let to new puppies run loose outside. Young puppies have to be taken out every half an hour. They don't give the pups enough exercise, they let them get away with nipping. They think its cute now, but what till there older and there puppy teeth grow in! Also they are feeding them that beneful! That is not a good brand!!

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Heather poe   Gillespie, IL

3/7/2009 7:26:09 AM

I think the Gosselin's are doing a wonderful a job training the puppies not to go on the carptent in they new home . keep up the good work jon and kate and the little kids.

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madie   greensboro, NC

2/25/2009 11:59:02 AM

i love john & kate + 8! i know kate is a neat freak, but i think she'll love them after some time..

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jackie   miami, FL

2/25/2009 10:47:21 AM

raising that many kids and adding 2 puppies of same age to a first time dog owners home-not smart! i hope they plan on getting to puppy classes,socialize the puppies and fix them when old enough to avoid
accidents.
and speaking of accidents, i hope someone teaches the kids dog safety and
education.
good luck!

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Rachel   South Lyon, MI

2/25/2009 9:33:57 AM

Wow. I hope they can handle those puppies. It would be terrible if they had to give the dog up to a shelter. I wish they would've rescued an adult dog from a shelter instead of buying two puppies. And if they are first-time dog owners, I don't get why they buy a high energy herder and buy TWO of them. Kate said that she was so scared; then why'd you get two of them?

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Jenn   Wheaton, IL

2/25/2009 9:15:21 AM

Wow, that household's definitaly alot of work!!!!

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Michele   Freeport, IL

2/25/2009 9:14:39 AM

I love the show,and I truly hope this works out for them.I know it seems like a lot of work,but large families are used to that anyway.They better get those kids to help out whenever they can!

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Anna   Maple Grove, MN

2/25/2009 8:59:43 AM

Yikes! I can't imagine having six young kids and 2 new puppies! I wonder if it will last. I agree, It would have been much wiser to start with one dog!

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Jane   Amherst, MA

2/25/2009 8:57:44 AM

Hmmmm...This might have been a bad idea. Maybe a lower maintenance breed would have been better. TWO! puppies!

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M.   Lancaster, PA

2/25/2009 5:19:44 AM

I hope it works out for them. Bringing home a puppy with one young child in the house can be difficult enough. With six, I would have never reccomended it. And then two puppies on top of that! Most experts don't reccomend two puppies at once. When will they find the time? Starting with the cat Kate wanted would have been a smarter idea. I hope they have connected with one of the reputable trainers in PA and have those puppies enrolled in kindergarden!

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