Adopt a Needy Samoyed
An update: All of the dogs are now placed.
It is with great sadness to pass along that my dog breeder, Cathy Pendleton, whom I love and treasure, is losing her battle with breast cancer. She can no longer care for her dogs. She is in hospice after being in the hospital for a week.
We are in the process of placing her Samoyeds. If you know of anyone who would like a sweet natured, playful pet, please let me know. She has all girls who range from 1.5 years old to more senior dogs. All are healthy and have been very well taken care of.. New homes need to have space for an active dog and a fenced in back yard. There is no cost, but the new family will need to spay the dog if it is less than 7 years old.
They can move out of state. The new family needs to be willing to stay in touch with the “Sammy family.” We will want to know how they are doing and if it is working out, etc.
Let me know if you have any leads. Thanks for your help!
That’s so sad… I’m sure they’ll find new homes.
This reminds me that I’ve told some close people who I’d trust my frenchies to, in case something happens. Life, you never know…
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I read about this on my akita lists. I do beleive that someone posted that they have now all been placed, as per Sammie breeder Ginger Aldrich Metro Atlantic Sam Club.
My thoughts and prayers to Cathy Pendleton and her family.
Thanks for the update, Jennifer. I’ll update the posting to say they are all placed, and remove the email link.
I’m sorry to hear about your friend. I’m glad to hear they have all been placed. I’m sure that is somewhat of a relief to her all things considered.
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Tonight (6/1/10)I am grieving for my 12 year old male Samoyed who is struggling to recover from abdominal surgery for a hemangioma (7 1/2 pounds). I hope the beautiful girls have been adopted, but if there are any still in need of a home, I would like to help. My Cookie will be euthanized tomorrow and I can hardly bear the thought of losing him. He’s brought me so much love, joy and laughter.
I’m sorry about your loss, Joyce, but all the Sammies have found loving homes.