|I don't know if Kentucky is part of the South East Rescue Network's area; I'll forward this on and see what they say!|
|Maybe a PON or a beardie/x|
|I was wondering about him too. He seems short and long, more Beardie like, but could be a BYB OES. In any case, Sam needs a home!|
|I also noticed how small he was of frame. I'd bet he's an OES mix of some sort, they just have him listed as sheep dog. I ran into a fellow in the area who has a OES who is 40lbs max. I'd never seen one so small before!
He is a looker though.
|Erin, you can easily drive to Kentucky this weeekend, get Sam, and be back in time for work Monday|
Paula O. wrote:
Erin, you can easily drive to Kentucky this weeekend, get Sam, and be back in time for work Monday
I totally would in a heartbeat! Unfortunately, Josh said our house is too small... but since he's small he wouldn't take up much space
I was wondering about him too. He seems short and long, more Beardie like, but could be a BYB OES. In any case, Sam needs a home!
I totally agree.....he actually looks alot like Pooh when he was at
I did email them to see what his status is and maybe get it
out to some shaggy dog rescues.
Maybe he is aready adopted
|Old English Sheepdog Rescue Network of the South East is working on this|
|Hey, good news! Looks like he is in a rescue in Wisconsin! At least he will be in the next few days. I still think he is just gorgeous and if he had the personality to match, boy, would I be in trouble - heck the rescue is only 4 hours from me!
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