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Rescue Me ID: 16-09-16-00362Maggie Mae (female)

Pomeranian    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    We are saddened to write to you and need your services. We need to find anew home for our Pomeranian named Maggie Mae. She goes by Maggie. she is a beautiful purebred Pomeranian with the chocolate and cream colors which you don't often see in the breed. She is a very sweet and loving dog and would make a wonderful companion for the right person. The primary reason that we need to re-home her is for my wife's safety. We are both Sr. citizens and my wife Judy is 75 yo. We had thought of this several months ago but a re-occurence of the situation has brought us to this decision. Maggie is house trained 80-85% of the time. It's the ... (Read More)unknown other 15% of the time which is an issue. She is good about going out after being fed and will let you know at other times. However my wife has slipped and fallen twice now in her urine in the past 3 months injuring her wrists again. For my wife's safety this could easily turn into something more serious a broken leg, a broken hip, being knocked unconscious, etc. My job entails me being on the road 10-15 days out of the month and the safety and my loving wife's safety and health are most important and tantamount. We love animals and do have another Pomeranian mix Milo who is great and we also have 6 wonderful cats. so it is not also an issue of my wife's health but the greater good for all. If my wife suffered a more serious injury it would also lead to difficult decisions of what to do will all other pets (family members in the household). She is great with her brother Milo and also loves all the cats. she often licks several of the cat's heads for several minutes at a time and will cuddle up and sleep next to them. We live in a condo and she does not get out often. When she does escape (very rarely) she runs around the neighborhood for 10 minutes and then always returns home to be let back in the house. she is a diva and likes to be the center of attention. She is a great and loving lap dog and prefers to be the one on my wife's lap and thinks nothing of butting in an attempt to dislodge Milo or one of the cats from the prized spot. she does bark but it is mainly to get your attention or to respond to when you are talking to her. She is very protective of my wife and barks but does not bite or snap ever. she prefers women to men. She seems to be wary of myself and men in general for some reason. I'm unable to put her on a leash or lead. However when we are sitting on the couch reading she barks at me first prior to sitting down and then readily runs over to sit on my lap and stays to be petted while my wife is present on the other end of the couch. Socializing with other dogs she is reluctant it seems and stays to the side during walks outside when we encounter others. she seems to be wary of dogs which are much larger than herself. she barks a good game but rapidly retreats behind the walker of the moment. We have had Maggie for 5 years now and she is 9 years old. We got her from the Southside Shelter (no kill) in Indianapolis 5 years ago. Her records at that time indicated she had a head injury previously of unknown etiology. We had her for approximately the first 4 months before we observed her first seizure. Since that time she has regularly been seen and under the care of our vets. She takes Phenobarbital 16.2 mg, 1 1/2 tabs twice a day for the seizures.the medication is a generic and can be purchased for $4-10/month. This seems to do a fairly good job of controlling her seizures which are mild. they last 30 seconds - 2 minutes in duration and she seems to have them occur 9- 10 times per year. She is currently up to date on all of her shots. Has recently had her teeth cleaned and regularly has received baths, grooming and having her nails clipped. Otherwise everything else she is a healthy girl. she is chipped and also neutered.We would bring complete records of her care from the vet. We really do not have much information about her upbringing prior to the shelter where we got her. She was 4 yo when we brought her home.There is a possibility that it has been commented from others that she may have been a show dog and one time. We do not know how she is with small children but as an only pet she would be very happy with the attention of a new owner or she would be perfectly fine in a household with other small dogs and multiple cats. I would suggest an owner under 60 yo for placement as for the reasons given above regarding safety. she does not like to be in pens or crates.Villa Hills KY is located 5 miles from Cincinnati OHIO. coul (Less)

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Brian McKinney 859-331-5028/859-816-1739

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Rescue Me ID: 15-10-21-00229Jasmine (female)

Pomeranian    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Jasmine is a 9 year old red Pomeranian who was surrendered to a shelter, when her elderly owners could no longer care for her. Jasmine is an obese little girl, weighing 16 lbs. We are working on reducing her weight. She also has a grade 4 heart murmur that causes her to take daily medication. Her medications cost approx. $40/mo. Jasmine is spayed, current on all vaccines, heartworm negative and on preventatives. Jasmine is deaf and is also housebroken and walks well on a leash. She will need regular grooming. Jasmine loves to snuggle with humans and other dogs. She would do fine in a household with cats, but need a home without young ... (Read More)children. She can get nippy, if you attempt to pick her up wrong. APPLICATION AND HOME VISIT REQUIRED. ADOPTION FEE $150 BLUEGRASS SENIOR DOG RESCUE ONLY FOSTERS/ADOPTS DOGS THAT ARE FULLY VACCINATED INCLUDING RABIES AND BORDATELLA AND ARE SPAYED/NEUTERED. BEGINNING 2015 ALL ANIMALS ARE MICROCHIPPED AND THE RESCUE PAYS THE REGISTRATION FEE. APPLICATION AND HOME VISIT REQUIRED. Bluegrass Senior Dog Rescue recruits individuals to foster our dogs on a temporary or long term basis. The rescue pays for all of the dog's veterinary care and monthly preventatives for the dog while in foster care. NOTE-Fosters must live within 100 mile radius of Georgetown KY. **Adoption and foster applications can be found on our website **We are limited to the numbers of photos we can put on each adoption web site. To see more pictures of our dogs, visit our FB page Bluegrass Senior Dog Rescue. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150.00 Animal Location:

Fayette County Georgetown, KY 40324 MAP IT!

Greg Singer (502)542-5948

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Pomeranian in Kentucky
    Pomeranian Dogs can make good pets in Kentucky if they match your IifestyIe. The Pomeranian is a poufy, fox-like toy breed. Pomeranians are vivacious and intelligent. This breed may become skittish around very young, rambunctious kids. Pomeranians need consistent, thorough obedience training. Pomeranians do fine living in an apartment if they get enough exercise.

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    Though it is surprising in light of its small size, the Pomeranian is closely related to the German Spitz. Pomeranians were owned by Mozart. Paris Hilton has three lap dogs that are all Pomeranians.

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Kentucky Animal Rescue
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Nelson County - Bardstown, KY 40004
Humane Society of Nelson County 502-349-2082

Shelby County - Shelbyville, KY 40065
Shelby County Humane Society 502-633-4033

Hardin County - Vine Grove 40175
Animal Refuge Center 270-877-6064

Jefferson County - Louisville, Kentucky 40205
Alley Cat Advocates 502-634-8777

Jefferson County - Louisville, KY 40214
Kentucky Humane Society 502-366-3355

Scott County - Georgetown, Kentucky 40324
Scott County Humane Society 502-863-3279

Anderson County - Lawrenceburg, Kentucky 40342
Holly's Place 502-859-5342

Mercer County - Salvisa 40372
Home at Last 502-839-1974

Woodford County - Versailles, Kentucky 40383
Woodford Humane Society 859-873-5491

Madison County - Richmond, KY 40476
Humane Society of Madison County 859-626-5600

Fayette County - Lexington, KY 40503
Woodstock Animal Foundation 859-277-SPAY

Feyette County - Lexington, KY 40504
Lexington Humane Society 859-233-0044

Kenton County - Erlanger, Kentucky 41018
Humane Society of Northern Kentucky 859-342-HSKY

Fulton County - Fulton, KY 42041
Ken-Tenn Humane Society 731-235-9603

Warren County - Bowling Green 42102
Bowling Green Warren County Humane 270-783-9404

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