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EDDIE YepCats! Poodle Mix Salt Lake City, UT
- Apricot / Beige
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs. Eddie needs a home with at least one other well-socialized dog.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, cats.
- Prefers a home without
Meet EDDIE YepCats!
The shelter called my rescue lady to say they had a German Wirehaired Pointer mix for her and a friend went to get me for her. She was a little surprised when she saw me! Turns out I'm probably a purebred medium-size apricot poodle.
And I need some TLC. So here I am with the pointer pack, getting my confidence back, learning to go in and out with the other dogs, and trying to understand that no one's going to hit me ever again.
I need a patient, secure home with at least a couple of other dogs to give me confidence. I'm about 8 years old so I have a lot of years to overcome and learn to trust again. Cats are fine - I just ignore them. Kids are way too stressful for me. Please email email@example.com if you think you have the perfect home for me.
You can see my coat evolution over 2.5 months in the first composite photo. I was groomed shortly before I was turned into the shelter (twice). By the time I got to Utah's Perfect Pointers my coat had grown out considerably and was long and soft and curly (and matted). My foster mom took me to her groomer who did a great job on me. My coat grows out every 6 weeks or so, so I'll need a home that can keep me groomed or find a good, gentle groomer to work with me.
There's a good idea of what my coat looked like when I got to UPP in phhoto 2. Lots and lots of curls! My approximate DOB is 7/13/2010. I'm 18" tall at my withers and 33 lbs. The perfect size!
I'm starting to like these pointer things (photo 3). They're good to me and I'm learning to pack up with them to go inside and outside. It's way too scary to go in and out all by myself.
I'm really enjoying old Tama, the English Pointer girl. She's hot! ;)
Utah's Perfect Pointers is a very small rescue group and doesn't have the resources to adopt east of Colorado. If you are interested in adopting a GSP please contact the closest groups below. Keep in mind that not all of their dogs may be listed on their sites.
Great Plains Pointer Rescue (Nebraska, Iowa & Minnesota)
Minnesota - firstname.lastname@example.org
Illinois Shorthair Rescue (Michigan & Indiana)
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
MAK Rescue - MO, AR, KS
GSP Rescue New England (MA, RI, CT, VT, NH and the Albany area of NY)
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
GSP Rescue of NJ - email@example.com
Ohio Shorthair Rescue - Ohio, Indiana and northern Kentucky
Oklahoma GSP Rescue firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Southeast German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue (NC, SC, GA, FL, TN, MS, AL)
GA Coordinator Pojos@comcast.net
NC and SC Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
AL & MS Coordinator email@example.com
TN Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Texas GSP Rescue email@example.com
If you are in Northern California you need to go through your local group first and allow them 4-6 months to find your new best friend before working with other GSP rescue groups. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask About EDDIE YepCats!
- Apricot / Beige
Utah's Perfect Pointers
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