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Old July 16th 03, 04:17 AM
Sally Tisdale
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Old July 18th 03, 02:09 PM
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"Sally Tisdale" wrote in message
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i have a friend that has lost 2 rotts to cancer & health problems in the
last year.
sh is going through alot of emotional stress on top of this & is looking
to find another rott to adopt of buy at a reasonable price/papers not
important, to get her through this. she also has med problems & this
would be a miricle to find one. she lives in wymore neb. s anyone w/info
in this area please re.



www.petfinder.org lists Rotts at the Central Nebraska Humane Society in
Grand Island, NE (148 miles from Wymore) and with the Mid America Rottweiler
Rescue in Omaha (113 miles from Wymore). Contact information:

Central NE Humane Society 1312 Sky Park Road, Grand Island, Nebraska 68801
308-385-5305

Mid America Rottweiler Rescue PO Box 45743
Omaha NE 68137 E-mail is charles(at)adoptarott.org (Replace (at) with @)

Hope this helps.
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www.bigskyrottrescue.org



 




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