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Lynn Klotz (484) 375-8052 saintsrgreat6@yahoo.com
Jennifer Rexroad (240) 354-5406 jenrhomes@aol.com

7/15/2014

Volunteers and fosters needed due to the amount of saints we have and that are due to be surrendered,

"DOWN MEMORY LANE"

 We invite you to submit an ADOPTION APPLICATION

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URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENTURGENT

 

Major Stonewall Jackson: soon to be 11 year old senior is a loyal, faithful companion. He wants to be by your side at all times. He currently lives in Richmond, Virginia.  THIS IS A LETTER FROM HIS OWNER; At this age he is happiest on the back porch with us or in the living room. Jackson is definitely an inside dog. He is protective to an extent and will bark and go to the door when the door bell is rung. He has bitten, but once was a provoked situation where a child kept teasing him and I just couldn't catch it and the other time was when he thought someone was messing with the boys (his boys).  I believe he is great with females.  A male needs to show him who is boss.  Once he has been around someone enough he is fine.  He doesn't like a lot of commotion. He does not like thunder storms. He would jump in bed with me if he was still able to. He loves to be pet or rubbed with your foot while watching tv. He knows sit, leave it, come, shake, lay down, and sometimes stay.  He learned a lot at obedience school, but unfortunately we didn't always reinforce it.  He is up to date on all shots.  His rabies shot is good through August 2016. He is fixed.  He is an overall awesome dog. We have a fenced in back yard.  We have two cats that he lives with. He has been with other dogs, but I think due to his age he just isn't caring about being rambunctious anymore.  He just relaxes. I think he knows he has grown up with a family, he has protected and taken care of us and now he is the one that is being cared for and just wants companionship. I think he would be fine with older kids, that understand you can't be up in a dogs face and that he isn't going to fetch or play anymore. I am concerned about his arthritis, but like I said the medicine makes him sick. I hate that we cannot take him. But it would be against the lease and the heat will be too much for him.  I know what we will have to come to grips with if you cannot place him, but it am hopeful you can. PLEASE CALL DAWN MCMAHON AT 610-787-2353 FOR MORE INFORMATION OF THIS GUY. 7/11/2014

 

 

 

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