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Old 10-10-2005, 01:11 PM
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Name: Macy
Age: 2 years (approx)
Breed: Sheperd Mix
Weight: 30 lbs
Gender: Female
Good w/ kids: no
Good w/ other dogs: some
Good w/ cats: no
Personality: Loves to run out side. She can be off leash and will come back. She is a great dog with ALOT of spunk. Very lovey and craving for a good home.

Is going through hookworm and whipworm treatment at the time. She wasnt very far into having these worms when we caught it so she should recovery fairly quickly.

When she is finished with the wormer she will be put on a worm preventer for the whip worms.
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Name: Lady
Age: 2 years old (approx)
Breed: Sheperd Mix
Weight: 40 lbs
Gender: Female
Good w/ kids: no
Good w/ other dogs: yes
Good w/ cats: no
Personality: Loves to run and play outside. Gets along great with other dogs. Has no food aggresion and needs leash training. She has recovered fully from hookworms and is a healthy little dog. She has plenty of spunk...all she needs now is a great, loving home!
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Name: Star
Age: 2 years old (approx)
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier
Weight: 65 lbs
Gender: Female Spayed
Good w/ kids: yes
Good w/ other dogs: no
Good w/ cats: no
Personality: Very strong. Loves to play tug-o-war and run outside. She is a large dog and needs a experienced Pit owner. She has been micro chipped. She is a big baby...She loves to give kisses and she is a good snuggler.

She was very ill when a foster in San Antonio found her and has recovered great! She needs a great home that she can be the center of attention.
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Old 10-10-2005, 01:38 PM
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Where do these furbabies live?
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Old 10-10-2005, 02:16 PM
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Where do these furbabies live?

I was thinking that too because we are starting our rescue now too. Not really adopting or going to shelters yet but am accepting unwanted drop offs now. We want to get some more fencing done before we get too many here! Want to make sure all the dogs have room to run and play!
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Old 10-13-2005, 01:57 AM
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i am starting with my husband that is a non profit rescue for dogs ... we have to get our licensing and stuff done this month but we are excided hehehe good luck Yuckaduck
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Old 10-13-2005, 01:01 PM
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None profit is right!

I have an 8 pup litter of lab mixes dropped off at 6 weeks of age. I asked the guy to keep them just two more weeks but he said I take them now or he dumps them in the LaRose Forest. I took them.

One vet trip for first shot, no deworming, no check up just first shot
$80 a pup.

I was planning to keep them for two weeks and then $75 adoption fee, just to help cover some of the costs. I really do not think any higher fee is right, at the humane society in Ottawa it is $250 for under 6 months and $195 over but come with spay/neuter voucher.

I am haveing a spay/neuter contract with them but no refund for spaying or neutering. It will be mandatory to adopt though and I will be checking and if it is not done in a reasonable amount of time them repo the dog. I need to get the paperwork for that set up before any adopting takes place.
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Old 10-13-2005, 08:07 PM
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that is awesome... i am so excited for you... glad you care enough to take them in... men that do what the original owner did make me sick...
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Old 10-13-2005, 09:06 PM
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I think his dog is not spayed and he just leaves her tied in the yard, so of course she got knocked up and since it is not his male it is not his fault. He is really a dork, he blames everything on everyone else.

I feel sorry for his dog because it will have another litter and another and another........poor dog.
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Old 10-14-2005, 04:46 PM
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that is crazy... that guy should be taken to jail... well as i said im gla dyou are there and you care enough to take em.
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