I am a 4 yr old neutered boy looking for a very special family. I have recently been diagnosed with Diabetes and require insulin shots twice a day. Aside from the diabetes I am a very happy and active guy who is up to date on all my shots. I like my crate, walk well on a leash and with a bit of work I even come when I am called! Who wouldn’t love me??? Oh you need to know that I love when company comes to visit and like most Airedales I have a very enthusiastic hello. With my adoption you also get free pest removal services. I promise to do my best to rid your yard of squirrels and varmints! If you have a fenced yard, can help me look after my health needs and will love life with a happy energetic Aireboy, please fill in an adoption application and contact Barbara Durance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tail wags and Aire kisses,
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I’m just wondering if we would even be considered for Barkley since we don’t have a fenced yard. We live out in the country and own a young Bernese/standard poodle mix and 6 cats. Raffi get a big long walk 2x per day and sometimes a visit to a nearby dog park for play time. If he just goes out to hang out, I tie him up and he’s o.k. with that. I never go away and leave him tied outside. I’m retired now, so I’m home a lot. I have experience with diabetic animals and have no qualms about taking blood levels and giving shots. I also have a daughter who is a vet tech and that is really helpful sometimes!
What do you think? Where is Barkley? We wouldn’t be able to consider adopting him until mid October.
You sound like the perfect candidate. I have bee around dogs all my life, we adopted an Airedale 2 years ago and I cant being to tell you and everyone else what great dogs they are. Very smart, curious, alert, playful, devoted, loving, protective, fun-loving, goofballs. These dogs are not for the first-time pet owner and need your time and love. Thanks for being there, and I hope and know you will be rewarded with unconditional love for a long, long time
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