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Date Posted: 00:51:38 10/09/08 Thu
Author: Danielle (So excited)
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Subject: Re: Deaf puppy for adoption
In reply to: Sherri Kay 's message, "Deaf puppy for adoption" on 08:41:15 11/04/04 Thu

>A friend of ours had a liter of Half English Bulldog,
>half Blue Healer puppies, and found all but one good
>homes. Growing desperate she was at her wits end on
>how to find one little deaf male a home. Our family
>took him in to foster until we can find him a good
>home. Unfortunatly, everyone who has contacted us is
>very excited that he is part english bully, but become
>disinterested when they find out he is deaf. Of course
>we want him to go to a good home where he will be
>loved, and they will be comfortable with his problem.
>Here at our home, our Olde English Bully has become
>his "hearing ear dog" if you want to put it that way.
>He stays by her side, and she keeps him out of harms
>way as far as our starting a car, or someone pulling
>in our drive way. We are trying and have been trying
>to find him a home for over a month. We found a
>wonderful family in Michigan. It did not go through,
>because of problems with airlines. If you know of any
>orginization that could help place him, we would love
>to hear from you.
>Sherri Kay

this is so excited i myself is hearing impaired and id love to have a dog like myself!!!!!!

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