Sheshe Posted December 17, 2015 Share Posted December 17, 2015 (edited) Amadeus is probably on of the well known pups around. I always use his story (edidted of course) about how everyone isn't for that particular greyhound but there is a greyhound for everyone home. I met a lady Deb Meyers at Dewey Beach. We talked and had a great time. When we got home she sent out a mass photo of a blue fawn boy being put down by the group. I had jut said 20 minutes before saying I wanted a blue fawn since I saw a few at Dewey. I wrote back and she contacted the group and they said for her to come and get him. This was Thrusday, I had to call my prince of a husband and 1-I just agreed to take a hound unseen and the only knews I had was the group deemed him unadoptable. 2) we had to drive 12 hours round trip to pick him up. The group I was working with at the time said all greyhounds had to be crated when not home. I had Aria and she was fine without a crate or fine with it, so being ever diligently I bought a crate for Ami. I found out why they returned him. He HATED being crated. I came home for 3 days with poop, pee, down feathers and you name it. Finally I reached out and they said to baby gate him and try that. It worked. He and Aria were best friends, but he was for me that one dog that was the missing part of my soul. He was a quiet leader, he was my dog that I cried many tears into his fur and he understood, we had multiple talks and he just was. Today is the day we had to say goodbye so many years ago. I will never forget him ever. You may be one but not forgotten big boy. Edited December 17, 2015 by Sheshe Quote Sheila Loved by Mozart, Sherri, Xavier, McCleary, Tigger. Amelia and 2 Salukis Poppy and Zarah Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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