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Scared, small, male, sable Virginia Beach Pound

Discussion in 'Adopt a Sheltie' started by Danny's mommy, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. k9kreationz

    k9kreationz Premium Member

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    Oh yay!!! Because y'know, I was about to drive to VA. :p

    Thanks for updating and informing us of all these Shelties that need homes. I wish I had a big house/farm/land to help foster them all.
     
  2. Danny's mommy

    Danny's mommy Forums Enthusiast

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    My post on this little guy being adopted is not showing up on my iPad. So I will say again He is Adopted!
     
  3. hrcarol

    hrcarol Forums Enthusiast

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    It didn't show up on my computer either. Thanks for posting again. I'm so happy to hear that he has a home.
     
  4. mlamont

    mlamont Forums Enthusiast

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    Yah, for little Gizmo ears, So glad he was adopted. Thank you Danny's mom!!!!
     
  5. danisgoat

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    That is great news!

    Yippeeee!!!!!!
     
  6. Chris

    Chris Premium Member

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    Oh, I am so relieved!!!!! We were discussing maybe.......:wink2:
     
  7. Sharon7

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    I didn't see your adopted post either. Thank goodness. He does look so scared. Almost all of them do in their pictures. Herding dogs in general just don't seem to do well in a shelter. We've never had a Sheltie, but we've had numerous Australian Shepherds, some Border Collies and Cattle Dogs. Some of them are so scared they drool non stop and look like a rabid nutcase.

    Doesn't exactly help with getting adopted. Just had two like that recently but thank goodness someone saw through that and realized what great dogs they were! :yes:
     

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