Jan 14, 2014

Where can I find this Goldendoodle?

Man seeks help in replacing his killed friend.

The Register recently received an email from a man who wants to replace his killed Goldendoodle with one from the litter it came from.

A recent picture in the Register showed a Goldendoodle that appeared similar to the man's. That man is hoping to find this dog's owner in hopes of obtaining a similar dog from the same kin.

Here's the message:

Dear Sir - We had a Goldendoodle, named Casey. The photo in (the Jan. 7) paper looks like a litter mate of hers. Casey was killed last August and we have been searching for another Doodle to replace her.

You may have been the photographer that took Casey's photo when she was at a Perkins school, for the kids to read to. She also played "Sandy" in the State Theater's production of Annie. We miss her dearly and have been hoping her parents would have another litter. That's why we were wondering if the Doodle you photographed was from her litter. We would appreciate a reply. We're still looking.

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mimi's word

What happened to the dog?


“have been hoping her parents would have another litter.”

I, and millions of dogs put to death each year, certain hope her parents do NOT have another litter: “Each year, approximately 8 million stray and unwanted animals are taken in by shelters across the country. Tragically, about 3.7 million -- nearly half -- of these animals must be euthanized because good homes cannot be found for them. In fact, shelter euthanasia is the leading cause of death for both dogs and cats in the United States.”

By breeding dogs you are condemning others to death. However, when you adopt, you save TWO lives—the dog you bring home and the one who can be brought in to take its place at the shelter/rescue.



In a word RESCUE


Check local shelters and adopt.