URGENT -- Hamilton, Ontario, Canada "Spicy"

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URGENT -- Hamilton, Ontario, Canada "Spicy"

Postby Meaghan Edwards » Wed Dec 01, 2004 1:29 pm

Please contact this person directly if you are interested in adopting/fostering.

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I know last time there were a few people who were looking for a dog friendly pit. This one is just a puppy.... can anyone help?! My house is already over full... or I would take her. Can anyone help her?

Please contact me personally at flyballbeagle@hotmail.com, and I will
forward your e-mail to my contact for further info.

>Spicy is a beautiful brindle puppy about 5 months old. She is very
>friendly with ALL people, very energetic, will need a lot of positive
>training,
>
>If you know anyone looking for a bright, outgoing, friendly(don't know
>about cats), pitter puppy to add to their family this is a real gem!!! She
>will make a great companion for someone who knows the breed.

She has been tested with other dogs and is fine with them. She will be
Euthed on Friday if not adopted.

Can anyone help her?????? I know last time there was a few people that
contacted me looking for a pup that would fit into the house with current
dogs. Those two didn't make it...

She is only 5 months!!!! Time is running out!

Stephanie
flyballbeagle@hotmail.com

This is another dog at Hamilton Animal Control in Stoney Creek :(
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Postby Rumpley » Wed Dec 01, 2004 2:07 pm

I have a family in Saskatchewan that is just dying to adopt a puppy. Sound like nice people - very dedicated to getting a rescue and haven't had any luck finding one in their neck of the woods. Would she be okay with kids, or too much of a firecracker?
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Postby Meaghan Edwards » Wed Dec 01, 2004 2:37 pm

Fromt the sounds of it, she sounds like she'd be okay with kids just as long as they stay consistant with training, exercise, etc. With her high energy, it sounds like she'd also make a good agility/flyball athelete.
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