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Woman with terminal cancer ...

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by Nat Ursula, Sep 18, 2017.

  1. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    image.jpg desperately seeking someone to take her young agility dog.EMERGENCY. I have terminal cancer and my agility dog, “Hope”, needs a loving, active, competitive agility home. Hope is super fast, high drive, affectionate. She loves to work and train. Tug, toy, and food motivated. Since Hope arrived at 9 weeks of age I’ve trained her using positive reinforcement methods, choice based training, and body awareness. Hope is proficient in many advanced agility maneuvers. She also adores scent work and has attained her first SDDA title: SD-S-SP. She knows lots of tricks. Hope adores people, especially children. She does not have reactive behavior issues. You can visit my FB Page (Mara Summers) to see videos of Hope. She is 75% Dutch Shepherd and 25% Malinois but looks pure Malinois. She was born January 19, 2016, and is spayed. It breaks my heart beyond words to let her go (Hope is my heart dog) but I have no options as my health is declining fast. I live in Victoria, BC, but will assist with transport if needed. Please contact me via Facebook, or phone 250-478-0779, or email dazzledots@shaw.ca
  2. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Excellent Homes were found for both of her dogs.
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