Apr. 28th, 2008 06:26 pm
crysania4: (Default)
We might be able to adopt Dahlia. *blinks*

I've heard of a lot crazier than this ; )
I think Dahlia sounds like a perfect fit for you two.
Assuming your references work out, how soon could you take Dahlia? I would love to hold her until the end of June, but that prevents my being able to rescue other dogs and leaves a long bonding with me time for Dahlia. Plus I have an older rescue dog that is not getting a single inquiry: ( so she is taking up the extra space I have for an additional dog. One of the two has to go and it's not likely to be the older one so it would be great if you two were able to take Dahlia. Obviously, we need to wait until I can speak with the landlord, too.

I feel sad for the older dog though. :-(


Apr. 28th, 2008 01:27 pm
crysania4: (Default)
I turned in an application with a big long explanation about our current situation and why, despite that, we would be a great home for Dahlia. I have a bad feeling they're going to say we're too up in the air, too uncertain, etc. never knows! Being a transporter will hopefully help me a bit!
crysania4: (Default)
I know I've said this a thousand times, but we have the PERFECT DOG FOR US. All we have to do is get approved to adopt her.

You might remember Dahlia. Ohhhhh the lovely black dog from the icon?


Yep...that pretty girl. I totally fell in love with her on the trip. And now she's officially up for adoption. I thought she seemed to match us but their description is even more certain!

If ever there were a PERFECT companion dog--Dahlia is it. Which breaks our hearts, cause we pulled her one day before she was to be euthanized--the curse of the BBD (Big Black Dog) syndrome : (
Dallie is 3 yrs old, so at the age of sanity, and only 46 Lbs, so not a BIG big dog (the breed mix has been the guess of several knowledgeable dog people). And what a LOVE!! She lives for love and affection, and while not a velcro dog, is a want-to-be-with-you-cause-that-makes-me-happy kind of dog.
NO, none whatsoever, bad behaviors!! None of the Border needs for high exercise nor herding behaviors. Dallie is house trained, leash trained, learning sit, sleeps right next to you, not barky (but will let you know someone is at the house), SWEET and LOVING girl. I fear she might be one of the many foreclosure dogs that are turning up in the shelters these days. She obviously came from a loving home and is of a very endearing nature.

Keep your fingers crossed for this one folks! We're going to rent David's ex-wife's place for a couple months if we need to! It'll be a hassle, but well worth it if we can get her!

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