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Old August 9th 03, 03:19 AM
Tara O.
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Default Found Boxer & Pomeranian

You might want to email Florida Boxer Rescue to let them know the dog is in
the shelter. www.flbr.org


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Tara


"Chris" wrote in message
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My parents (who live in Tarpon Springs, FL-just north of Clearwater) found

2
dogs that they were told were purebred:
1) Black long hair Pomeranian, no collar, about 6 years old
2) Younger brown/tan Boxer-tail not clipped; female not neutered;
collar.

Both dogs very friendly; spent the night in my parents' home; no problem
with their dog. Dogs must have been together as the little guy slept on

top
of the Boxer all night. Both dogs well cared for; groomed; well fed.

Dogs
appeared at their apt door after my father gave them water & food. He had
spotted them in the woods behind their complex; obviously very thirsty &
hungry.

Unfortunately, they ended up in Pinellas Animal Control & so far no one

has
claimed them. I am posting in the event anyone might know owner of these
two GREAT dogs.

Please let me know if you have any leads.




  #2  
Old August 9th 03, 03:19 AM
Tara O.
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You might want to email Florida Boxer Rescue to let them know the dog is in
the shelter. www.flbr.org


--
Tara


"Chris" wrote in message
ink.net...
My parents (who live in Tarpon Springs, FL-just north of Clearwater) found

2
dogs that they were told were purebred:
1) Black long hair Pomeranian, no collar, about 6 years old
2) Younger brown/tan Boxer-tail not clipped; female not neutered;
collar.

Both dogs very friendly; spent the night in my parents' home; no problem
with their dog. Dogs must have been together as the little guy slept on

top
of the Boxer all night. Both dogs well cared for; groomed; well fed.

Dogs
appeared at their apt door after my father gave them water & food. He had
spotted them in the woods behind their complex; obviously very thirsty &
hungry.

Unfortunately, they ended up in Pinellas Animal Control & so far no one

has
claimed them. I am posting in the event anyone might know owner of these
two GREAT dogs.

Please let me know if you have any leads.




  #3  
Old August 9th 03, 03:19 AM
Tara O.
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You might want to email Florida Boxer Rescue to let them know the dog is in
the shelter. www.flbr.org


--
Tara


"Chris" wrote in message
ink.net...
My parents (who live in Tarpon Springs, FL-just north of Clearwater) found

2
dogs that they were told were purebred:
1) Black long hair Pomeranian, no collar, about 6 years old
2) Younger brown/tan Boxer-tail not clipped; female not neutered;
collar.

Both dogs very friendly; spent the night in my parents' home; no problem
with their dog. Dogs must have been together as the little guy slept on

top
of the Boxer all night. Both dogs well cared for; groomed; well fed.

Dogs
appeared at their apt door after my father gave them water & food. He had
spotted them in the woods behind their complex; obviously very thirsty &
hungry.

Unfortunately, they ended up in Pinellas Animal Control & so far no one

has
claimed them. I am posting in the event anyone might know owner of these
two GREAT dogs.

Please let me know if you have any leads.




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Old August 9th 03, 06:07 AM
Chris
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Thanks for suggestion--I had found their web site earlier & e-mailed them.
"Tara O." wrote in message
...
You might want to email Florida Boxer Rescue to let them know the dog is

in
the shelter. www.flbr.org


--
Tara


"Chris" wrote in message
ink.net...
My parents (who live in Tarpon Springs, FL-just north of Clearwater)

found
2
dogs that they were told were purebred:
1) Black long hair Pomeranian, no collar, about 6 years old
2) Younger brown/tan Boxer-tail not clipped; female not neutered;
collar.

Both dogs very friendly; spent the night in my parents' home; no problem
with their dog. Dogs must have been together as the little guy slept on

top
of the Boxer all night. Both dogs well cared for; groomed; well fed.

Dogs
appeared at their apt door after my father gave them water & food. He

had
spotted them in the woods behind their complex; obviously very thirsty &
hungry.

Unfortunately, they ended up in Pinellas Animal Control & so far no one

has
claimed them. I am posting in the event anyone might know owner of

these
two GREAT dogs.

Please let me know if you have any leads.






  #5  
Old August 9th 03, 06:07 AM
Chris
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Thanks for suggestion--I had found their web site earlier & e-mailed them.
"Tara O." wrote in message
...
You might want to email Florida Boxer Rescue to let them know the dog is

in
the shelter. www.flbr.org


--
Tara


"Chris" wrote in message
ink.net...
My parents (who live in Tarpon Springs, FL-just north of Clearwater)

found
2
dogs that they were told were purebred:
1) Black long hair Pomeranian, no collar, about 6 years old
2) Younger brown/tan Boxer-tail not clipped; female not neutered;
collar.

Both dogs very friendly; spent the night in my parents' home; no problem
with their dog. Dogs must have been together as the little guy slept on

top
of the Boxer all night. Both dogs well cared for; groomed; well fed.

Dogs
appeared at their apt door after my father gave them water & food. He

had
spotted them in the woods behind their complex; obviously very thirsty &
hungry.

Unfortunately, they ended up in Pinellas Animal Control & so far no one

has
claimed them. I am posting in the event anyone might know owner of

these
two GREAT dogs.

Please let me know if you have any leads.






  #6  
Old August 9th 03, 06:07 AM
Chris
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Default

Thanks for suggestion--I had found their web site earlier & e-mailed them.
"Tara O." wrote in message
...
You might want to email Florida Boxer Rescue to let them know the dog is

in
the shelter. www.flbr.org


--
Tara


"Chris" wrote in message
ink.net...
My parents (who live in Tarpon Springs, FL-just north of Clearwater)

found
2
dogs that they were told were purebred:
1) Black long hair Pomeranian, no collar, about 6 years old
2) Younger brown/tan Boxer-tail not clipped; female not neutered;
collar.

Both dogs very friendly; spent the night in my parents' home; no problem
with their dog. Dogs must have been together as the little guy slept on

top
of the Boxer all night. Both dogs well cared for; groomed; well fed.

Dogs
appeared at their apt door after my father gave them water & food. He

had
spotted them in the woods behind their complex; obviously very thirsty &
hungry.

Unfortunately, they ended up in Pinellas Animal Control & so far no one

has
claimed them. I am posting in the event anyone might know owner of

these
two GREAT dogs.

Please let me know if you have any leads.






  #7  
Old September 1st 03, 11:47 PM
carpist
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We got a dog from the rescue on Saturday that had been tied up all
winter with not very much to eat. Her name is MS Magoo and has the frame
of a Lab but only weighs 20 pounds!! She has been eating three times a
day but walks around in circles in the yard and the house wandering from
room to room with seemingly no purpose. She is slow to react to much of
anything. Her posture is with head held low to the ground like a hunting
dog on a trail but she is like that all the time. We were wondering if
the severe starvation could have scrambled her brain. Is there a point
of no return in a starving animal? The rescue that had her had been
feeding her for 5 weeks . Should she have gained a lot of weight in that
time ? We will continue to care for her no matter what, it just seems
odd that she does not react to the other dogs or the cats or even when
we call her or talk to her.

  #8  
Old September 1st 03, 11:47 PM
carpist
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We got a dog from the rescue on Saturday that had been tied up all
winter with not very much to eat. Her name is MS Magoo and has the frame
of a Lab but only weighs 20 pounds!! She has been eating three times a
day but walks around in circles in the yard and the house wandering from
room to room with seemingly no purpose. She is slow to react to much of
anything. Her posture is with head held low to the ground like a hunting
dog on a trail but she is like that all the time. We were wondering if
the severe starvation could have scrambled her brain. Is there a point
of no return in a starving animal? The rescue that had her had been
feeding her for 5 weeks . Should she have gained a lot of weight in that
time ? We will continue to care for her no matter what, it just seems
odd that she does not react to the other dogs or the cats or even when
we call her or talk to her.

  #9  
Old September 1st 03, 11:47 PM
carpist
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Default

We got a dog from the rescue on Saturday that had been tied up all
winter with not very much to eat. Her name is MS Magoo and has the frame
of a Lab but only weighs 20 pounds!! She has been eating three times a
day but walks around in circles in the yard and the house wandering from
room to room with seemingly no purpose. She is slow to react to much of
anything. Her posture is with head held low to the ground like a hunting
dog on a trail but she is like that all the time. We were wondering if
the severe starvation could have scrambled her brain. Is there a point
of no return in a starving animal? The rescue that had her had been
feeding her for 5 weeks . Should she have gained a lot of weight in that
time ? We will continue to care for her no matter what, it just seems
odd that she does not react to the other dogs or the cats or even when
we call her or talk to her.

 




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