Thanks so much for your insights... I had no idea just what being a pointer really meant. I personally really do think he would be better off on a farm, but as they would never let him go, no matter how miserable three of them are, we are back at square one.
I've just recently moved here to Cape Town, and my horses won't be joining me for some time, I can't really offer to take him along on long trails alongside a trotting horse. I really can't do much at all!
David was taking Louis to specialized pointer training classes, but due to his work/traveling, went inconsistently, and apparently Louis fell behind do much, and was so disruptive, that he was actually asked to leave.
Callie does not take him to any training/classes at all. Perhaps to do so would be the advice I should give her?
Would a quiet second dog be the hugest mistake, considering their lack of space anyway?? I don't think they could afford another one though. And they very much live in the city, I am afraid.
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