Saturday, September 18, 2010

Donnie is so sad....

This is Blue Run's Don Quixote, age 7. He just lost his home when the 3 year old grand kids moved in with Grandma. That's why he looks so sad. Donnie is the first dog that has been returned to me since I have been breeding. Like most PWD breeders, I stand behind my dogs for the life of the dog. So despite being temporarily homeless, and despite having puppies due
in a few days, Donnie came to live with me while I looked for a new home for him. Thanks to the wonderful PWD community, literally dozens of people have contacted me to see if they could have this sweet boy. He will be leaving for his new home next weekend. I know that Donnie
is going to be very happy in his new forever home with Jennifer Flanagan, an experienced PWD owner who recently lost her old boy. This playful guy is going to bring her a lot of joy.

Whenever a PWD is made available, the "rules" are that all the health data must be posted. Donnie's Dam:
CH Providencia's Luckey Yardley: Optigen A1 (02-307); GM-1Normal;OFA PW2789G24F-NOPI good: CERF PW4628N/2004-60.
Donnie's Sire:
Aarion George Washington: Optigen AI (02-3147);GM-1 Norml; OFA PW 3536G35M-NOPI
good; CERF PW 4627N/204-42.


Unknown said...

He is soooo cute. Even with his crummy haircut, he is handsome. Darcey wishes her brother the best in his new forever home.

Unknown said...

He sure is beautiful and we are so very eager to get him home to Marblehead, MA, to be part of our family. We have had PWD's since 1991 (at one time, we had three!). A few days after we lost our male Bilbo to liver cancer, I woke up with the realization that we NEED a PWD in our lives. So does our gentle beagle-mix, so we will be a very happy pack soon.

Unknown said...

Donnie is coming to a great family and home here in Marblehead. The Flanagans adore their dogs and will welcome him and love him for many years to come - can't wait to meet him and introduce him to our PWD, Nina Isabella!