Saturday, December 4, 2010

Rescue checked on Charlie on Thursday–Sad news.

Update from Rescue: …Charlie …was put to sleep. “He was sick with diarrhea and vomiting. Poor old guy.”

Here's another dog who needs y'all to help. His name is Hunter. http://dawgbusiness.blogspot.com/

On a happier note, check back tomorrow for a couple pictures from my “business trip” with the Humans.

In the meantime, enjoy the Saturday Blog Hop!

 



9 comments:

  1. Found you on the Pet blog hop and I am your newest follower and would love a follow back!
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  2. Sad news, indeed, about Charlie. And Hunter, on Jana Rade's blog, is so very sweet. I love the way he leans in.

    My husband is the director of dog adoptions at our local rescue in NY and we just saw a gorgeous, stoic, stray shepherd named Noah through heartworm recovery. He is now in a loving home with a family who can't get enough of him. I wish the same for Hunter.

    Heartworm is torture for the dog, but not the end of the world with proper care. I think prospective adopters lose sight of that. These dogs need love too.

    Thanks for sharing the beautiful photos of the woods and apple orchard. Gorgeous.

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  3. Oh, what sad news about Charlie. And good news about Hunter's adoption, although it sounds like he has an uphill climb back to health.

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  4. Such sad news about Charlie :(

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  5. Hey, blogger ate our comment! Nice to meet you Big Brown Dog. We're sorry about Charlie, he was a handsome old woofie. Thanks for visiting us today, we look forward to reading your adventures.

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  6. So sorry to hear about Charlie. That is very sad.

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  7. Hi Brown Dog, thanks for stopping by our blog and barking at us. I'm joined up on your blog now. You're one handsome dude. Sorry bout your buddy Charlie. May he play forever in the fields of heaven.
    bark at ya later~
    The 3 Goobers of Gooberella.com

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  8. Thank you for helping to promote dogs in need! Hawk - You are one gorgeous dog! The very first dog I fell in love with at our animal shelter (where I volunteered) was a Chessie too. His name was Sailor. I feared he would never find a home despite the fact that he was such an awesome dog. Luckily, he was adopted by one of the shelter's vet techs. He just passed last month at age 14, but he had the best life.

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  9. So sorry to hear about Charlie :-( Thank you for helping Hunter! (((hugs)))

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