Sree called this evening to say that the vet has offered to train Yoshee, and at the same time, observe her healing at the clinic for a few more days. There are also no other dogs at the clinic right now except for the clinic's resident blood-donor dog so there is no danger of Yoshee picking up any dog-diseases.
It sounds a good idea, especially when the vet says it is better for Yoshee to be trained before going to Sree's mother-in-law. Yoshee is smart, so it wouldn't be so hard to teach her some basic obedience.
Even in the 3 days with us, we know she was already getting very at home and fast learning what is permissible and what is not. And this is without "training"!
So, that's the plan for now, and it also means I can still see Yoshee for the next few days until Saturday where she would finally go home to her forever home.
Over the bull terrier incident, dog trainers have been interviewed and I read that all petdogs should be trained regardless of breed. Dogs are train-able, and sometimes, having some basic obedience and when they are properly looked-after will ensure a better life for them as well as their owners and those who come in contact with them.