Subject: Re: [minpins] [minpin] Rescues
Date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998 14:52:04 EDT

Hey Guys, I have three rescued MinPins at my house here close to El Paso. I have got them all healthy and up to date on shots.SO, if anyone gets any calls all I want is great homes for them and the new owners to pay the shipping costs. As I said before Delta Dash is only $163.00 and there are other possibilities for shipping too. I have two Red Girls, one is cropped the other is uncropped and one adorable Red male, uncropped. They are all three good examples of the breed and are very healthy. I have fostered them for the past three months but to be fair to them they need their own homes! None of these MinPins is over a year old.The oldest Red girl may need surgery on one hind leg at some time but is managing well now without it. Two of them were found just wandering in the desert and the other I rescued from a very bad place! I'm luck that the temperaments on these dogs are all OK! Anyone who gets any calls let me know.
Many thanks,
Wendy Boyette
Brackley MinPins


UPDATE Wed, 29 Jul 1998 20:19:55 EDT

The lady in Tyler has come through for Noonie. she called me this afternoon and has found out that Continental will fly her on their counter to counter service. She is setting it up herself and paying for it. They have been to Pets Mart and bought her a crate and all sorts of goodies and are anxiously awaiting her arrival.All I have to do tomorrow is get her a Health Certificate and then she will go to her new home on Friday. They really sound like they are very excited and have agreed to all my terms for her care. She even has an appointment to go get spayed next week. She gave me the name of the Vet who is going to do it so I could call if I wanted to. Sounds to me like she is going to have a great new home! This lady works out of her house at least 4 days a week so she will have a lot of time to work with her. There are two children also, 10 and 12 years old. I guess one of my prayers has been answered!!!
Wendy Boyette


19 August - from Wendy

NOONIE Red Bitch approx 6-10 mos old.Uncropped.Was found wandering in the desert with the male HENRY,Very thin and dehydrated. I kept her for approximately 6 weeks to make sure she was healthy, gave her all her shots.Liz Bauer gave me the name of a family in the Dallas,Texas area who wanted to adopt.I got together with them and was able to ship her to Dallas in the wee small hours of the morning (2:00AM) because of the heat. They are really happy with her and she has settled into her new home

Update from Wendy Wed, 19 Aug 1998 15:17:46 EDT
Just an update! Cindy Pontius who adopted Noonie just called and they are so very pleased and happy with Noonie that they want another one!!! I would say this is a success story wouldn't you?? Wendy

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Tue, 15 Dec 1998 13:09:51 EST - from Cindy, via Wendy


I have been looking everywhere for you address and phone number I can't believe I lost it. But when I was doing my cleaning for Christmas I finally found it!!!!
I have been wanting to contact you ever since our last conversation several months ago. Noonie is doing great we have renamed her "molly" my kids love the story of the unsinkable molly brown and thought that since molly was abandoned and still survived she was just like molly brown.

We love Molly more than we could ever have imagined. I think she loves us also.
My youngest daughter carries her over her sholder like a baby and Molly will wrap her paws around her neck like she is trying to give her a hug.

We have taught her to get in her kennel when we say "kennel" and today I was home and when I turned the television off she went to her kennel. I guess that is because we only tell her to go to her kennel twice a day and that is when the kids leave for school and when we go to bed at night and both of those times we turn the television off before we tell her "kennel".

We were letting her sleep with the kids but we were have difficulty house training her she would get up in the night and wet in the girls bedroom. So we hope by putting her in the kennel at night we can house break her and then she can go back to sleeping with the girls.

If you have any ideas on house breaking her I would love to hear them. At times I wish we would not have lost your number and address so we could have gotten Henry because while we are gone I think she is lonely. Oh well, no reason to have regrets now.

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and have a very Merry Christmas I will try to send you pictures of Molly soon.

Thanks again for all of your help in getting our "molly girl" we love her very much

Cindy, Kevin, Stephanie, Christine and Molly

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