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Two Beautiful Boys Looking for Their Forever Home

IN THE June 15 ISSUE

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by Lee Juslin

Joey and Robbie, two miniature black Poodles, came from a breeder of show dogs and were very well cared for. So, when these two beautiful dogs were adopted by a woman, also in the dog show world, their good care and grooming continued, and, in fact, Robbie is a retired show dog.

When their person died suddenly, Joey and Robbie were taken to a shelter. They were picked up by the late owner’s best friend and taken to a kennel owned by a member of NY/NJ Scottie Rescue which is how these two poodles became Scottie wannabes.

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Joey & Robbie

Both Joey and Robbie have been fully vetted including dentals and full blood work. They have also been groomed by the kennel’s groomer.

These boys are gorgeous and a bonded pair. They walk well on a leash and are well-behaved, calm, quiet dogs, and not high energy. They enjoy sitting in laps and are not much for toys. One marks occasionally in the house, but rescue feels the woman owner was a bit careless about letting them out regularly, and this can be corrected once they are settled in a forever home. Additionally, they are currently in a foster home with a number of other fosters, which is something they are not used to, and may be confusing for them.

Since these dogs have been together most of their lives, rescue wants to place them together. Poodles generally live into their mid to late teens, so these boys have lots of life and love left to give.

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Joey

A good home would have a single person or couple who would appreciate how special these two are. Young children would not be a good fit, but older children who are respectful of dogs would be fine. Despite occasional brother tiffs, they get along well with other dogs, but it is unknown how they would react to cats. However, since they are calm, quiet, and not at all aggressive, they might be okay with a resident cat. A fenced-in yard would be a bonus, but their foster mom says they go out, do their business, and are ready to come back in and hang out inside with their people.

Quite different from Terriers, these two boys are not high maintenance except for regular grooming, and they would easily adapt into the right home.

For additional information on these two beautiful boys, volunteer, become a foster parent, or make a donation, contact NY/NJ Scottie Rescue:

FB: Scottie Rescue
Website: stcgny.com/scottierescue

EDITOR’S NOTE: The pair were just adopted!

Check out more animal rescue stories in our Pet Perspective section & watch for more stories. You can also keep up with our pet articles by joining our KRL Facebook group.

We also have a brand new pets newsletter that will be going out once a month letting our readers know about all of the pet and animal rescue related articles that went up that month so you never miss a thing. We hope to send the first one out in June. We also hope to provide some additional content and maybe even some pet related giveaways. You can use this box to subscribe!

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Lee Juslin is a free lance copywriter living in North Carolina with her husband, Scott, and her band of misfits: Tarquin, a Wheaten Scottish Terrier, and three handicapped cats. They can be seen on their website: Hampshire Hooligans. She owns I B Dog Gone, a small embroidery business and is the author of the Nurse Frosty books for children and Frosty’s Story: Tales of a Therapy Dog. She supports a number of national and regional terrier rescue organizations.

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