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Sammy was fostered by us until he went with his new family-Pam and Andrew. He has made tremendous progress since then!

FEB. 2005 -SAMMY(PWC)

HE WAS SPONSORED BY THE

PWCC of the GARDEN STATE

This is Mr. Eskimo. He is an American Eskimo Dog (AED)–standard size. We rescued him from the local shelter. Eskie is a playful, loving boy who acted as if he always lived here when we brought him home at the beginning of March 2005. He was neutered and had all his medical up to date.

Eskies are non-sporting dogs and make wonderful, loyal, and loving companions. Always smiling, he warms our heart.

 

 

Text Box: OUR RESCUED DOGS

JULY 2009-UPDATE  SHAYNA (AED) -age 20– SHAYNA WENT TO THE BRIDGE.

Shayna was very happy for 4 years in Iowa at AEDRS. She played with all the other eskies until her passing in July 2009.

Nov. 2006

We picked up Shayna from her caregiver as her owner was ill and could no longer care for her.   We helped transport her and she is now  at the Iowa Eskie Sanctuary and Spa to spend her senior days.

Emily helps teach Sammy things-Feb 2005

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EMILY, OUR HEARING EAR DOG

Emily is a trained Hearing Ear Dog. She loves her job! When she gets her vest on, she is excited to work for us. We take her most everywhere to hear for us.

Since we’ve had her, we don’t miss visitors to our home. She hears them come or knock .While most dogs  will bark, she comes and gets us and alerts us. She barks, pokes her nose on our leg, and sometimes jumps up on us to tell us things. Emily wakes us up in the morning by pawing at the covers to get us up or tell us that someone is at the door.

What the ADA law says is that Service Dogs are allowed in places that other dogs are not. When Emily is with us in a store, for example, she alerts us to people around us. This way we don’t run over them with a shopping cart or back up into them.

When  you see a Service Dog, PLEASE, do not pet them as they are working. They lose concentration on their work. They are not considered pets but working dogs.

 

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Emily, the Hearing Ear Dog, in her life jacket– she loves the boat ride! She visited Norfolk Bot. Gardens in fall 2009-click here!

Mr. Eskimo asleep in the hosta next to the Lost Lake.

Ginny, Corky, and Emily next to the Lost Lake.