I'm a hospice nurse who sees patients and their families in there own home. My territory is near my home, so I am able to stop in often for a little mid-day doodle lovin'. My husband works from home, so he's a stay-at-home doodle dad. I've not had a puppy before, so will probably have lots of questions, so my new angel will hae a proper upbringing.
Tell us about your dog(s) and/or other pets that you have:
We have a cream colored labradoodle, Chili, who is about 5 yrs old and 65 lbs. We adoped him in March, 2010 Today, we are now the proud parents of a second labradoodle, who is only 7 months old and 50 lbs already. This little (little?) guy was being called Junior at the shelter, and his DRC foster mom started calling him Dexter, but she only had him for a day. While we are sure this is his forever home, we're not sure yet whether Dexter is going to be his forever name.
Have you read our adoption policies?
We'd wanted a dog for a long time, but one of my cats was elderly and not in good health, so we waited until he'd gone to kitty heaven before bringing a dog into our home. I have allergies go some dogs, so had been researching various breeds for some time. It seemed like a doodle would fit the bill, and they are so cute and have such a sweet disposition. Chili was adopted through IDOG. Our latest addition was a rescue through DRC.
Are you now involved in Rescue? If so, how? Are you interested in volunteering with our rescue?
I found the Doodle Kisses site a couple of months ago, and was then directed to DRC. Other than being a member now, I've not been involved with the DRC prior to this, but would like to become more involved.
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I love the new profile with Guiness and Chili! Guiness looks like he's all about FUN! Thanks for joining the Doodle Train - it's really a big help in moving these guys around to the best foster for them!