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Jon and Kate minus dogs

jonandkatedogsIf you didn’t like Jon Gosselin before, you’re really not going to like him now.

Gosselin, saying he’s unable to care for the dogs — what with his celebrity, and his divorce from Kate, and his moving to New York — is sending his two German shepherds back to the breeder.

The eight Gosselin children are staying in the family’s Wernersville home in Berks County, Pa., and the parents are dividing the duty, taking turns being with the children while trying not to be around each other.

Apparently the dogs are too much trouble.

Shoka and Nala are being returned to the breeder, and Jon is quick to point out it’s Kate’s fault, because she won’t take care of them when he’s not at the house, Radar Online reports.

“Jon blames Kate for having to give up the dogs,” a source close to the situation told Radar Online. “Of course these days, Jon blames Kate for just about everything.”

But Jon’s attempts to blame Kate for getting rid of the dog simply isn’t fair, Radar quoted unidentified sources as saying. The dogs have always been Jon’s, and he made no attempt to find housing where he could keep his dogs.

(Photo: INF Daily, via Radar Online)


Comment from JanineKnows
Time September 16, 2009 at 2:53 pm

I am very sad for the dogs, the kids, and their family. I imagine that the kids are heartbroken. As a child, when you create a bond with a dog and then it is taken away, that leaves a big hole in your heart!! I am sure the dogs may have not received all the care they could have during the last few months of trauma. Perhaps this is best for the dog’s stability and growth. I am not insinuating that they were not cared for, but that they have gone through the difficulties of the separation too! I am sure they will make great pets for another family, and a pretty penny for the breeder at the resale.

Comment from Jonathan Gilbert
Time September 16, 2009 at 3:32 pm

Thank God he is returning them to the breeder and not the shelter. Many shelters would deem his dogs breeds as not highly adoptable and we know what that means. The kids ill get past any pain as kids will always do. We should all hope the breeder he got them from is a “responsible” breeder and will find them great homes..

Comment from az mom
Time September 16, 2009 at 4:39 pm

Sad…Kate said dogs (dogs in general) should be in their crate because that is where they belong and then she laughed. Better for those lovely dogs to be gone. Video of dogs after being hit or tapped with the plastic baseball bat by on back by one of the tups the dogs walked around with tails between their legs and then went under picknick table. This is a reaction from dogs who have been hit before

Comment from friend
Time September 16, 2009 at 8:16 pm

Can the breeder take Jon, too? I think he needs to be caged.

Comment from Carly
Time September 16, 2009 at 10:00 pm

I really doubt the children will care. If your parents don’t model ‘puppy love’, you don’t view pets as anything more than objects. I hope the dogs go to LOVING homes.

Comment from Someone
Time September 17, 2009 at 11:36 pm

I feel bad for Shocka and Nala. They had a HORRIBLE owner. But this is a good thing too, ’cause they could get away from that jerk! >:(

Comment from Denise Abbott
Time September 24, 2009 at 9:57 am

Does anyone know who the breeder is they got the puppies from? I still can’t imagine a reputable breeder selling a family with that many small children 2 puppies – well I can imagine it – one that is only out for the money!! Sad, sad situation for the poor dogs.

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