Your Teddy is a silly boy, Pamela! And he's also a lucky one. Here's some news to share that might lift your heart.
If and when you decide to re-home Teddy, I have located a Poodle Rescue that is willing to take him, SA positive or not. In fact, they have a spoo with them now who has SA! I have known of this Poodle Rescue's good works for years. I assure you they are a reliable, established rescue who do the very best for the poodles entrusted to their care. I will send you their contact info via PM. Pamela, I just want you to know what I keep saying is so; THERE IS HELP available for Teddy, just so you know you have options. I will do whatever I can to assist you in taking advantage of them, as you choose.
Yes we can help. I actually have a wonderful girl SP named Josie that is being treated for SA right now so am familiar with the needs. They can hang out together.
May I suggest that first we get the results and then let me reach out to the
poodle networking group I am part of to see if any of my counterparts in the
northeast would like to work with this boy. If not, then we can bring him
Would you please approach your friend and let her know that help is near?
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You are a such an amazing person, with a generous heart, a willing spirit and a tenacious can-do attitude!
Pamela and Teddy couldn't be in better hands if they searched high and low; they are so very lucky.
I know you will be able to help find a solution to the Teddy conundrum.
I thank you for all you do!
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You people are so nice, but it's all about the wonderful works of Poodle Rescue. Something many of us have seen before, either when adopting a poodle or getting support for one in need of care. It's those down in the trenches, doing the hard and good work of caring for poodles in need of new homes, safe haven, medical care or rehabilitation who are praiseworthy. I think they deserve and earn our support, financial and otherwise. Everyone has something to give, whether it's connecting people to rescue, pitching in to help with the poodles, donating needed items or funds. It's the collaboration of all who come here to support and enjoy poodles together. When you have a poodle, you are truly never alone. Total poodle love-fest, that's what it is!!
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Chagall's Mom, YOU ROCK!!! You definately are a 'no problem is insurmountable' kind of person. I respect your strength and love your compassionate wisdom in helping Pam and Teddy. I believe in the 'Golden Rule' but you live by it! Thank You,
Laurel & Molly
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In the United States of her kingdom
And to her rules for which it stands
One Princess under God
In the visible
With diamonds and bones for ALL
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Debbie - I have to say again what a wonderful person you are - so caring and helpful and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your help! I love al lyou wonderful poodle people on here and I am so glad to know you and be on here with you all! I havent heard from the vet yet but will let you know as soon as I do!
thanks and love
Pam and Teddy!
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