January, 2015 - Rest In Peace dear Mr. Apache!
are so very loved, forever!!
Mr. Apache! He's taken what life has given him like a Brave!!
This Brave has made himself a Chief of Hearts!!
Seven year-old Apache has
been returned to rescue after his last adopter became too ill
to care for him. He's had several homes in his life time but is
now in a foster home where he is loved. He has some visual issues
so it has been decided that he will remain in his present foster
home for the rest of his days. Apache is a happy Senior boy who
plays with the other dobes he lives with and he adores and is
adored by two little girls in the home. Each morning his job is
to wake them up with a big kiss and then he eagerly waits for
them to come home from school each day.
Special Needs if any: Due
to his visual issues he will remain in his present foster home.
Geographic areas: N/A
Contact Information: If you
are interested in adopting a Senior, please visit the Southwest
Ohio Doberman Rescue (SWODR) website at www.swohiodoberescue.org
to submit an application. or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue will consider applications from
throughout the U.S. and Canada, provided we can get a home visit
done. Travel to meet the dog and transportation of the dog to
its new home (ground only) are the responsibility of the adopter.
See our website for further details. An application is required.
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. Apache is looking for
a sponsor! The cost to sponsor a Senior Dobe is $40 per month
or $480 per year. You can sponsor a Senior for one month, one
year, or somewhere in between. To sponsor Mr. Apache, use the
PayPal button below 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!