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Attn Aussie rescuers! Two Young Adults in NJ!

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Old July 16th 03, 08:51 PM
John F Richardson
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Default Attn Aussie rescuers! Two Young Adults in NJ!

We just took in an approximately one year old
Aussie here at the Animal Adoption Center in
Lindenwold NJ. Very nice, just, well, very
Aussie-ish re energy level.

But the one I really want to talk about is
an 11mo blind Aussie (product of a merle
to merle mating) who is sweet as can be,
but easily spooked in a home with four young
kids. I don't yet have him in, having just
evaluated and wait-listed him yesterday.
But i want to put feelers out ASAP to see
whether anyone in Aussie rescue could

You can crosspost this message to any
appropriate group, list or board or forward
to any appropriate individual.

Pit Bull Libertarian

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pink squeaky toy!

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