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    oops I mistook the date of the posting and the on-line date :-)

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    Welcome to the forum pnagelmakers.( I've done that too. )
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    Thought I would up date as the post is BTT. I brought her home and we gave her to one of my wifes sons friends.

    He loves her and treats her like gold. He is not a hunter , but excercise her often and his mother walks her on her lunch breaks.

    She is living in Dundas.

    Kind of strang finding her like that. I have lost hounds with my father , but aways left a coat and came back.This dog looked adandon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1redneck1 View Post
    Thought I would up date as the post is BTT. I brought her home and we gave her to one of my wifes sons friends.

    He loves her and treats her like gold. He is not a hunter , but excercise her often and his mother walks her on her lunch breaks.

    She is living in Dundas.

    Kind of strang finding her like that. I have lost hounds with my father , but aways left a coat and came back.This dog looked adandon.

    Joe
    I love to hear about stuff like this,especially when it works out as well as this one. This may be a good time and place to mention this. My daughter works with an organization that rescues dogs from "kill" shelters. She,among many other folks, "fosters" rescued dogs until adoptions (called fur-ever homes) can be arranged. I've seen this in action and I'm telling you,it's amazing. The website is www.savemytail.ca
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    People regularly abandon dogs at dog parks. They figure some dog loving person will feel badly for the dog and take it home. Fortunately this usually happens but irresponsible ploy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    I love to hear about stuff like this,especially when it works out as well as this one. This may be a good time and place to mention this. My daughter works with an organization that rescues dogs from "kill" shelters. She,among many other folks, "fosters" rescued dogs until adoptions (called fur-ever homes) can be arranged. I've seen this in action and I'm telling you,it's amazing. The website is www.savemytail.ca
    Thanks for the website trimmer21.
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