Monday, January 31, 2011

PLEASE help me find home(s) for 2 Pekingese

'Nuther courtesy post fer our mom-


Thank you once again Shiloh'n Shasta.  You two have been so thoughtful and I really appreciate you two for letting me borrow the blog again.

 
These 2 lovely Pekingese were owned by an elderly woman who recently had to enter a nursing home-
This handsome little guy is Tiger.

This black and white beauty is Lady.

 they are currently being cared for by the woman's son (Chuck) and family who are family friends and fellow church members.  After this week, these two dogs will have to be put down due to the excessive cost (hundreds of dollars) Chuck and his family are also dealing with the chronic and serious health concerns of his daughter and he is a long distance truck driver who is not able to be home much.  Chuck would give you the shirt off his back if he thought it would help.   I would be happy to find a rescue or someone who could at least foster these two beautiful/handsome Pekes-
they have been through so much through no fault of their own and now deserve a forever home.  Since they are small dogs, they still have lots of living and loving to do.                                            ____________________________________


Here is some more information that was passed on to me by Chuck-

Lady  -  born 9-8-02 female spayed, black and white,
rabies shot 6-10, very loveable dog.

Tiger  -  born 11-29-02 male and neutered - fawn and black, rabies shot was given in May of 2010, very loveable but somewhat shy. 

Both dogs were adopted from Petland and
raised together by my mom when they were pups. 
98% of their vet care has been through
Burlingame Animal Hospital in Topeka, KS. 
The other 2% was done by a home care vet
by the name Thomas A Schmar also in Topeka. 
Both dogs are pure breed Peke's but
the papers were never sent in to
register them, I have both original apps. for both dogs. 
These babies deserve a good loving home.
The kennel they are now at in Carbondale (Bo's Kennel) has been working on potty training with some very positive results.
With all the recent disruptions in their lives these dogs are
doing remakably well-
they need someone with time and lots of patience to
help them adjust to a new home. 
They are happy healthy animals who saw the doctor more than
their owner. 
PLEASE help find them a home as this is the last
week I can afford to pay for a kennel.
Please help !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PLEASE - if you can help, please email me, ASAP and I will relay the info to Chuck or make arrangements for you to contact him. 
If nothing else, maybe contact the kennel to help defray the cost of boarding until a foster or rescue is found.
These two Pekes were somebody's loving companions and she is no longer able to care for them - they need your help, PLEASE!
(Prayers for Tiger & Lady too)

~Mom Beaglebratz~
 












7 comments:

Santa, Minnie and Christmas said...

It's so sad, hope they find a new home soon.

Frankie Furter said...

I certainly hope that they find furever home(s). It would be wonderful if they could stay together. I'll cross my paws!!!

3 doxies said...

Oh my gawd, dis just breaks my heart. I understand da son not being ables to take 'em in cuz dat is just a HUGE responsibility and a decision dat can't be done on a whim.
I wish these babes all da luck and dat they finds a home real super quick.

Puddles

Tank said...

Have you checked with shelters? I know that Animal Haven here (Merriam, KS just south of KC) has no trouble adopting out cute little dogs... you might want to give them a call. Good luck.

PeeS: We got Tank from a lady in the same situation... her son sent an e-mail around at work (my daughter worked there) There were several people who wanted him, but my daughter was first to respond.

Mr. Pip said...

My paws are crossed for these babies. Little dogs do have a better chance at adoption in shelters. Please keep us posted.

Your pal,Pip

Sapphire said...

oh i really hope they find a home soon. keep us updated.

Sugar the Golden Retriever said...

Woof! Woof! I'm sad ... hope they find a loving home very soon. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar