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Introducing : Pacino!!! 15 Years Old!!

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by DLS, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. DLS

    DLS Notable member

    Needs A Home!
    Date Listed
    Clinton, MI​
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Rescue Group: [/FONT]Second Chance DobesPrimary Contact

    Sarah Runyan


    Meet Pacino! He's like a Timex watch!! "Takes a Lickin' and Keeps On Tickin'!!"
    He's just waiting to make your heart beat faster with his sugar!!
    Check out Mr. Pacino! This 15 year-old dober gent is proof that "15 is the new 10". Pacino is the sweetest dog you could ever hope to meet. He loves all people and gets along well with all his canine roommates. He prefers to spend most of his day napping but he can still run around like a wild boy once in a while. Pacino is almost blind but he knows his way around his foster home and navigates quite well. He likes to stick close to the house and to his foster mom's voice incase there is any affection coming his way but is content to curl up in his Kuranda bed if she's busy. Pacino is just happy to be loved. ​
    Special Needs if any: Almost blind. Joint supplement.
    Geographic areas: MI, IN, OH, IL, and some regions of Canada

    Contact Information:
    Contact: Sarah Runyan
    Phone: 989-792-3772
    Website: www.secondchancedobes.com
    Email: doberpagegirl@secondchancedobes.com

    The Sponsor A Senior program helps Seniors by raising funds for their rescue programs. This helps offset some of the additional costs that come with caring for a senior (diet, medications, supplements, etc.). Please read more about this program on the Sponsor A Senior page.​

    Mr. Pacino is looking for a sponsor! The cost to sponsor a Senior Dobe is $30 per month or $360 per year. You can sponsor a Senior for one month, one year, or somewhere in between. To sponsor Sheba, use the PayPal button or visit the Sponsor A Senior page for instructions on sending a check. Thank you for any help you can give, it is MUCH appreciated!​

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  2. Sandiino1

    Sandiino1 Member

    What is wrong with people who would get rid of a dog you've had for 15 yrs.????,
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  3. Damasyn

    Damasyn Novitiate

    :wub::sad0049:He is sooo beautiful.

    I just get sooo flabbergasted. I mean yes there are some reasons people have to give up dogs, but for the most part, dogs and cats seem to be just "throw aways". And I will second what Sandio said...How could you throw away a life you had for 15 G(*& DAMN YEARS !!! That would be like kicking your grandmother out to live on the streets.

    Grrrrrr Son of a Gun...If I lived closer that dog would be mine. I love his little face...wanna smoosh it.
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  4. Apollo

    Apollo Novitiate

    * just shakes her head*
    i never will get people like that 15 years of loving companion and then just kicked out, because he got old. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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  5. MeadowCat

    MeadowCat Well-Known Member

    Yeah, me too. I can at least understand how people get to a place where they need to rehome a young dog. They are a lot of work and many people don't know what they are getting into with a puppy. But rehoming a senior animal just blows my mind.
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  6. Michele

    Michele Jr Member

    Humans are cruel and mean. That's what's wrong with them...may they get kicked to the curb when they get old and crickety....
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  7. Dobs4ever

    Dobs4ever Hot Topics Subscriber

    Amen to everything everyone said. It is heart breaking. He gave his all and look what he got - sometimes I hate humans.
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  8. TrinityDobes

    TrinityDobes Novitiate

    while the rest of us are praying for at least 10 years with our fur kids here is someone who was blessed with 15 years, and his reward for that many years devotion is to end up in rescue - If I was closer I would take him myself, what a sin to not revere this treasure, and thank god for the rescue that pulled this old boy so he could know love and tenderness in his remaining days
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  9. Marinegeekswife

    Marinegeekswife Hot Topics Subscriber

    We assume the worst about his owners but how do we know that's the case? Does anyone know the story of how he ended up there?
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  10. Sisko

    Sisko Novitiate

    We adopted a senior dog once and it was because his 80+ year old owner had died.
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  11. Anunukai

    Anunukai Member

    If mine would live that long.....I'd be really happy ! Such a handsome old man! Best of luck to you Pacino !!! Hope you soon get a home to call your own!:wub:
  12. eaa628

    eaa628 Novitiate

    please tell me someone took this good old boy?
  13. Deb

    Deb Notable member

    Could be an owner is sick or old in a nursing home devastated they can't take their precious loved one of 15 years with them. Now that's cruel.
    Still could be the other way too.


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