Promoting rescue/adopting

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Promoting rescue/adopting

Post by Jules » 11 May 2016, 21:03

Hi , Im Julia and I have Nellie who is an ex breeder.As part of raising awareness in line with #Schnauzerfest I am compiling a photo album on my page in Facebook.

My page is called Nellie The Noodle-Mosaics. If you have rescued or adopted a rescue and you would like to add to the album to celebrate reduces schnauzers you are all welcome. My page is about raising money but more importantly is sharing the positives aspect of adopting.

If you do not belong to Facebook , I guess you could upload a photo as a reply. All you need to do is add a small narrative e.g. name , age, and the achievements they have made/their quirks etc.

Thank you for your consideration

Julia+Nellie The Noodle

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Re: Promoting rescue/adopting

Post by BeeBee » 13 May 2016, 12:28

I totally love this project, it's a great way to celebrate the lives of all rehomed dogs, whatever the reasons they find themselves needing homes. And the write-ups from people really show the diversity of backgrounds of the dogs in the album, but one common theme runs through the stories - the dogs get on and enjoy their lives when they are given that chance, to the best they can.
It's brilliant Julia, thank you for getting the idea off the ground :x I love it. ... 529&type=3
Jasmine 13.06.96-13.12.10 loved her more than we thought possible
Renae mini b.01.11.10, gorgeous sister to Susie-Belle & Twinkle-Berry puppy farming survivors showing us what matters in life. ... 0289434936

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