WE HAVE A WINNER!
To check out the Wisdom Panel report click here: http://wp.me/p2Z3nU-HW
We’ll do this again next month.
In this month’s Guess the Breed contest, Cassidy’s Journey presents Beatrice, an adoptable dog from Crossing Paths Animal Rescue. Beatrice has had a Wisdom Panel DNA test done. There were six different breeds named in the report.
Be the first person to guess one of those six breeds and win a copy Debbie Jacobs book, A Guide to Living with and Training a Fearful Dog. http://www.amazon.com/Guide-Living-Training-Fearful-Dog/dp/0615387519/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1360719198&sr=8-1&keywords=debbie+jacobs
- Guesses are limited to three per person,
- Guesses can be made all at one time or staggered across two or three comments,
- To help me keep track of the order in which guesses come in, please make your guesses on the blog site, as opposed to on facebook or linked in. (If for some reason there’s a glitch and people are having difficulty with this, please let me know.)
- The contest will end as soon as someone correctly names one of the six breeds, then the winner will be notified, and the DNA test results posted.
- If none of the breeds are named, the contest will go until Thursday, 2/28, at which time the person who made first, best guess will win the prize.
Let the game begin.
Beatrice is a 4yr old mixed breed (obviously) that weighs around 50 pounds. She has a stiff, but thin coat. In places it feels wiry.
She loves puppies.
Other dogs don’t phase her at all.
She is quite the people dog .
She is not very vocal, but loves to sniff trails when out for a walk.
The dark patch on her back is where her hair did not regrow after heartworm treatments. As you can see, her skin is black underneath her brownish fur.
She enjoys chewing on bones. Deer antlers are her favorite toy.
Beatrice’s family left her tied in the back yard and moved to another state. A neighbor happened to notice her and called Heather Sharit from Crossing Paths. There’s no way of knowing how long she had been there. ”She ate like she had never seen food before,” Heather said, referring to when she had brought Beatrice to her home. The next day Beatrice had seven puppies. Five survived. “She was a great mama,” Heather said. “All her babies quickly found homes.”
If you are interested in adopting this loving girl, please email me at: [email protected]
To read my interview with Debbie Jacobs click here: http://wp.me/p2Z3nU-G9