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Around two years ago a "young" springer lady came into
my home when she was surrendered from the home where she
had lived since the day she was born. She left her
canine mother and changed her life. She went to the
Eastern Specialty and smoozed people, she went to
classes and learned how to be a good citizen. She was
stubborn, but she finally achieved the goal of the new
AKC Title of Canine Good Citizen. She went to a few
rescue functions and smoozed more crowds. She turned 12
on December 28th. Sometime last fall her mind started to
give her trouble at night. She woke up during the night
numerous times every night and cried for unknown
reasons. All efforts to solve her problems were
unsuccessful. Tonight she will sleep and every night
hereafter. She has joined her mother Teva, her great
granddad, Baxter, and her great Uncle Whoppa on the
other side of the Rainbow Bridge. She is happy again.
She promised to give "Uncle" Ro a kiss for me even
though she never met him. I know she is now free to be
the Huntress I met that first day and as sad as I am, I
am happy for her. Everyone please raise a glass to toast
a precious life well lived! Here's to you, dear Lady
Huntress of Penobscot Bay, CGC.
Hannah is a pretty, outgoing, and sweet liver and white
girl who just turned 11, but don't tell her that! Hannah
has spent her life with other dogs, but hasn't been able
to work out a harmonious relationship with them. Because
of this, Hannah must spend time away from other dogs,
which means often times she's not where she wants to be
and that is with her people. What Hannah wants most is
someone that can give her undivided attention, where she
is an only dog. In return Hannah will be happy to
cuddle, give you kisses, go for walks, and share your
French fries. Hannah can show you that 11 is really the
new 8. Hannah has some basic obedience training and
walks well on a lead. She sits, asks nicely, lays down,
and rolls over on command. Hannah is crate trained and
completely housebroken. Hannah is still currently with
her long time owner, but is looking for a home where she
doesn't have to share her people with other dogs. If you
are looking for a special dog, Hannah will show you that
11 is just a number, and that she has a lot to offer her
new forever home.
Hannah crossed over the
Rainbow Bridge to join her friends in January of 2013.
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- Sadly a
Ali over the
lives in New Hampshire with her new family. They
are all now part of the big BARC family! We look
forward to hearing more from her over the years as she
continues her adventures in the Northeast.
February, 2012 - Sadly a rapidly spreading cancer took
Cee over the Rainbow bridge. Rest in Peace and run
free dear girl.
when they needed him most Sweetums came alone to fill a
huge void in the lives of his new family in upstate New
York. I don't think we need to say anything more!
But I bet if you asked them, THEY would!
2012 ~ Run free across the Rainbow Bridge dear old man.
We know that your last few years were some of the best
of your 14. Bless you Fred and Maryellen.
Fun? Cody is a 5 year old Liver and White male looking
for fun! Cody loves to swim and play with tennis balls.
If you'd ask Cody what he'd like for a home he would
want to be your one and only animal. He'd rather not
share his people with other dogs, and is destined to be
an only dog. He may like to play with another dog
occasionally, once he knows they are friendly and
properly introduced. If you are looking for a running
partner, like throwing tennis balls, and have Springer
knowledge, then Cody may be the fun dog you are looking
for! For an added bonus, Cody has great manners. Note:
Cody has been placed in a boarding facility until his
forever home is found. Hopefully, Cody will have home of
his very own soon! !
Annie was recently surrendered
to a shelter in Maine. We are looking for a place
for her to spend Christmas. But while we are
looking, we want you all to know about her. She is
Liver and White, likes other dogs, chases cats for fun,
is spayed, enjoys visiting young kids (3 and 5) and is
somewhere between 6 and 8 years old. We will have
pictures for you soon, but if you have a place in your
heart or your home for Annie, let us know... She
shouldn't have to spend the holidays alone!
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