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‘Bad Boy’ Ralphie, The Fire-Breathing Demon Dog, Proves To Be Too Much For His Adopter To Handle

Niagara, New York – Ralphie the so-called “Fire-Breathing Demon Dog,” has been returned to the Niagara SPCA. A brave woman tried to give Ralphie a home, but he proved to be a bit too much for her to handle. Earlier this week, the shelter let Facebook fans know that the canine terror was back in their care, writing:

“He went to a home not quite two weeks ago and while the adopter had the right household dynamic, Ralphie proved to be more than she could handle. Kudos to her though for making the right decision. There were some bad choices made by both, but they parted ways amicably.”


The shelter added:

“She now understands that Ralphie IS that good-looking bad boy everyone’s mama warns them about.”

Because Ralphie has some glaring behavior issues, he is being enrolled in a six-week board and train session. The shelter jokingly referred to the program as a “how to train your dragon” class:

We contacted Chris from YourEveryDayK9 and he is willing to take Ralphie into his program: How to Train Your Dragon in Six Weeks.🐉

The shelter still hopes to find courageous adopters for Ralphie, but they have some rules:

Those who should not apply:

🐾Believers that all Ralphie needs is love. He will totally exploit that.
🐾Those who think our restrictions of no other animals or no kids do not apply to them. Just no. Ralphie has a bite history. You should not want that for your child- 2 legged or 4 (but possibly 3)

Ralphie will start his expensive ($6000 GULP) training on February 20.

Follow Ralphie’s escapades at this link to the shelter’s Facebook page.

Good luck Ralphie!!

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