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November 22, 2006

Meet Sigmund!


Note: This dog is not in our program.
This is a courtesy listing only, to assist in finding him/her a home.

This young man has just joined us. He is 1 year old. Purebred and AKC registered, although we do not supply papers when adopted from rescue. Smart as he can be, he has learned to walk on lead after spending 6 months sitting in a cage in a puppy mill. He was so matted that we had to shave him on his back. The ladies at Petsmart went to work on his under belly and his face and he looks good now that he has been cleaned up.

A REAL LOVE, he is a kissy kissy boy, and so very smart. He was here 2 days and started walking on lead and sitting for treats. You have to be careful when holding him. BEWARE! He will kiss you right in the mouth. He loves other dogs no matter what size. It would be nice for him to go to a family with a fence as he has the energy of a puppy still. He loves to run and will spend hours playing with sticks or tennis balls. This georgeous boy will not be here for long. Adoption donation includes up to date shots, neuter, and microchip.

Siggy is with Fairfield Animal Rescue, located in Winnsboro, SC. For information please contact them at kai@fairfieldanimalrescue.com , or 803-635-4252.



February 27, 2007

Update!

Sigmund has been Adopted!



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