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Listed as a mix but I am not seeing it.....

Sox
German Shepherd Mix
Age : 4 Months Old
Sex: Female
Adult Weight: 50/60 lbs.
Size: Medium



Contact Contact Peggy at 205-668-3116 or email [email protected]

Meet Sox. She was rescued as a very small puppy. She and his litter mates need loving home. They are in a foster home that does not have room for all of them and they are living in a small cage. They will make wonderful pet. I hope you will take the time to meet this beautiful girl. Please contact Contact Peggy at 205-668-3116 or email [email protected]





 

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Wow.....
now about the other littler mates....
living in a small cage.... EEEEEEK! I don't like the mental image of that statement!
I'm wondering just how small. Judging by the size of Sox a small cage is NOT an option for even one!
 

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I believe this is a very old post, If it was found on alabama animal rescue site, I'm sure it is old. Sox may still be available but is no longer 4 mos old. I emailed Peggy to find out, I think I've dealt with her before.
 

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no pictures or information on the litter mates?? or is she the only one left?
 

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I am in love!
 

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Why if she is living in a foster home ,she is in a small cage?
 

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I know nothing about this particular situation so I'm not saying anything for sure but my guess would be because the foster home has a lot of dogs and this is how they're housed. Especially in the south, you can end up with a small number of completely overstretched foster homes with way more dogs than they have space for and all living outside. I don't agree with it but this is not all that uncommon unfortunately.

Yet another reason that so many rescue folks jump up and down and ask where each dog is going. The term "Foster home" just like "rescue" can cover a lot of different set ups.
 

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Originally Posted By: pupresq
Yet another reason that so many rescue folks jump up and down and ask where each dog is going. The term "Foster home" just like "rescue" can cover a lot of different set ups.


http://search.petfinder.com/shelterSearc...preview=1&sort= not sure if that will take to the page with Sox, Toby and Casper. It's like 4 or 5 pages in on their pf site in case you want to look and that link doesn't work: http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/AL34.html

What was the name of that older, sweet dog that was in a rescue in downstate NY/NYC whose fosters were moving so they were going to PTS? I am trying to find his thread.
 
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