So sorry for misinterpreting what you said. Good grief.
This is what I say on your post that concerened me (and I cut and pasted DIRECTLY from your initial post):
“We also have an other puppy in the property, so they are running free, eveywhere for the whole, and I only keep my dog indoor at night.”
To me, that says that they are running free everywhere during the day and you only keep your dog indoors at night. Correct me if I am misinterpreting what you actually typed in your initial post. Your post wasn’t too clear. Apparently Tildasdaddy felt the same way. I just want into more detail on why it wasn’t a good idea and that it did seem like you were being irresponsible. Re-read your initial post and see why I thought that.
Even if you have a “closed” property (I am assuming it is a fence and not a 20 foot concrete wall), dogs can still get over, as can other animals or people. If there is someone watching them during the day to make sure they are ok, then it probably isn’t a big deal.
You are right that I am not with my dog 24 hours a day. But, she has free roam of my house INSIDE or goes to doggie daycare 2-3 days during the week.
I apologize if I offended you, but you were not very clear in your post with the area that I pointed out. I am all about the welfare of the animals, and it sounded like you were leaving your dogs outside all day and only bringing them in at night. If that isn’t really the case, then I apologize.