Re: 7 KUVASZ NEED HOMES

There’s another young male Kuvasz available in Georgetown, TX.

http://kuvasz.rescueme.org/Texas

On Friday, March 7, 1997 at 2:00:00 AM UTC-6, Gregory Barrett wrote:
> 1.HELP ASAP! There is an 8 month old male Kuvasz in Pen #137 at the
> Austin/Travis County Animal Shelter, Town Lake, Austin Texas. They
> misidentified him as a Great Pyrenees mix.
>
> Please consider that this young pup is in a very urgent situation.
>
> CONTACT Dr. Becket Phone (512) 472-7387.
>
>
> 2.A 3 year old male is available in New Hampshire.
>
> He is good with children and other animals, and I understand this dog
> may be a perfect livestock guarding candidate. He has been raised
> around horses and free range fowl, and is very lonely as no one lives
> at his house anymore.
>
> His owner and husband are divorcing, she doesn’t have room to keep him,
> and her husband doesn’t want him.
>
> CONTACT Mary Brownell > Phone (802) 442-8693
>
>
> 3.MISTY is a 3-1/2 year old spayed female who was dropped off at a
> Rhode Island shelter. Thankfully she is in the temporary foster care of
> a Kuvasz list member, but she needs a permanent home.
>
> According to the shelter records; she has been a house dog, rides well
> in cars, is protective of her people, and was a companion to older
> children. She is also friendly, gentle, intelligent, likes to play, and
> has had some obedience training, so she will sit, stay, come, and lay
> down.
>
> Unfortunately she sometimes jumps up when excited, and she accidentally
> scratched a friend of one of the children in her original home. When
> her owner’s insurance company found out about the incident, they
> threatened to cancel the household insurance policy if Misty remained.
>
> Since this is technically a shelter situation, there is still some
> urgency.
>
> Please seriously consider adopting this very nice Kuvasz. You can view
> pictures at http://www.magma.ca/~kuvasz/kuvaszrescuenotice.htm
>
> CONTACT Mary Brownell > Phone (802) 442-8693
>
>
> 4. KISMET (11/16/94) is neutered and currently resides in East Hampton,
> MA.
>
> His owner describes him as a very good, quite active dog, who loves
> people, and likes loving attention himself. He has learned the
> commands; sit, stay, up, down, off, wait, come, slow, is crate trained,
> and has lived both inside the house and in the yard. He is in good
> health and his vaccinations are up to date.
>
> Kismet’s owner just recently married, and unfortunately her husband does
> not like the dog. While she is very attached to Kismet, she realizes
> this uncomfortable situation is stressful for him, and not good for her
> marriage.
>
> CONTACT Mary Brownell > Phone (802) 442-8693
>
>
> 5. In New Jersey there is a Kuvasz looking for a home due to very sad
> circumstances. A woman purchased the dog for her severely depressed
> niece. The niece loved the dog but she died. Now the aunt has the dog,
> the niece’s daughter, no funds, and needs to move in with her father who
> doesn’t like animals. The aunt loves the dog deeply, but has to find
> him a new home because of her circumstances.
>
> CONTACT Aino Andres Phone (914) 664-8104
>
>
> 6. CODY is a 5 year old spayed female. Her vaccinations are currently up
> to date, and her owner can turn over all medical records to Cody’s new
> family. She takes some medication to resolve minor incontinence.
>
> Her owner describes Cody as "beautiful, playful, extremely loyal and
> very smart." She has been to obedience class, and learned to sit, down,
> stay, come, wait, and heel beautifully on leash. She is very playful
> and loves to take long walks.
>
> Cody has no experience with cats, gets along with other dogs, but
> occasionally has a need to establish dominance. She has lived indoors
> and has been contained outdoors with an invisible fence.
>
> Cody’s owner has had a lifestyle change, is moving, and finds it "too
> difficult to have this kind of dog and responsibilities."
>
> She needs a confident and experienced Kuvasz/type dog owner, to moderate
> her suspiciousness of strangers, and occasional over protectiveness.
>
> CONTACT Michele Valesano >
>
>
> 7. Unfortunately a family near Penn State University made a poor choice
> for their particular family situation when they adopted a Kuvasz.
>
> Their 2 year old spayed female is up to date with all shots, has had no
> medical conditions to date, and has been absolutely healthy her entire
> puppy hood. She is protective of her family and property, but longs for
> attention in a good loving home with owners willing to take the time
> to care for and love her as she should be.
>
> CONTACT Sandy Hinish > Phone (814) 466-7069
>
> TIA
> Gregory Barrett
> http://www.magma.ca/~kuvasz [Kuvasz Information Site]
>
> PS There are other Kuvasz available from;
> http://www.kuvasz.org/rescue.htm (AKA Kuvasz Rescue)
> http://members.aol.com/kfa4kuvasz/rescue.htm (KFA Kuvasz Rescue)

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