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The Field Spaniel
The Field Spaniel - A Gentle, Friendly, Sensitive and Affectionate Show and Working Dog
The Field Spaniel is a medium-sized breed originating in England, where it was developed in the late 19th century in an attempt to create an all-black, Spaniel-type show dog
The Estonian Hound
The Estonian Hound – An Agile and Affectionate Furry Friend Suitable for All Families
The Estonian Hound is a scent hound dog breed originating from Estonia, and, although it was meant to be a working breed, its popularity as a companionship dog continues to increase. Its medium size makes it very suitable to be kept indoors, for instance in apartments
The Clumber Spaniel
The Clumber Spaniel - The Perfect Mix Between Cuteness and Intelligence
Cute, fluffy, funny, gentle, the Clumber Spaniel is the favorite pet of many, and for good reasons. It is sweet, docile and pleasant. Even if one would think so due to its sweet nature, this breed the does not lack intelligence. Plus these are affectionate and well-behaved dogs.
The Cirneco Dell Etna
Why Is the Cirneco Dell 'Etna a Special Choice for a Special Owner?
This elegant and robust breed is special in aspect and in its behavior; the Cirneco Dell 'Etna is a medium sized dog whose skills focus around hunting, scenting and exploring. Also, its sight and hearing are very sharp.
Animal Shelter details for Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue
Please visit Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue and adopt a homeless pet
You have reached the shelter page for Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue. Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue is located in muskegon, Michigan. If you have information to add or update for Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue, please click here and let us know.
Golden Years AMR started with an idea.........taking in senior Malamutes with nowhere else
to go. Shirley Thomas already had a rescue Mal, Tucker. Then she took in Rio, a
Shepherd/Mal mix. Next came Sheila a 9 year old female that was removed from a puppy
mill in 1999. Shirley decided to formalize her kennels and start a real rescue to actually
place dogs she took in. By October 2000 she was "in business" and took in Rusty, Lexi and
Nanook. Carol met Shirley via Sheila and offered to help develop a web site so the dogs
could be seen by more people. It wasn't long before Carol was in rescue with Shirley.
Older Malamutes can be a little harder to place sometimes. They may have a few health
problems, or through no fault of their own, their owners decide they don't want the
Malamute anymore. An adult dog is actually much easier to deal with. Most are already
housetrained, they have developed their personalities, they have matured, and they are
not nearly the work a puppy can be. Malamutes are living as long as 15 years now thanks
to advances in vet care and food quality. An 8-10 year old dog may still have many more
years left, and we try to find just the right home for them.
What started out as 5 outdoor kennels runs has now evolved into a nearly completed 10
run pole barn kennel facility. Golden Years has come a long way in just a few years!
To see the adoptable pets for Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue click here
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Golden Years Alaskan Malamute Rescue Location
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Animal Shelter Facts
Did you know that spaying and neutering helps dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives?