Friday, November 11, 2011

Rescue Me Week - Grumpy


Mayzie is hosting a Rescue Me week blog-a-thon in honor of her human Grandpa J who crossed the bridge recently! Since all my babies have been adopted, I thought it would be fun to play along.
This is our second entry in the contest! ;-)

We are playing for the Rottie Rescue of Los Angeles, where I've gotten most of my girls from. Today, I'm writing about a dog named Grumpy who apparently isn't... You know, you can change a dog's name. I often feel that I should... I want my dogs to think of their name as a happy song and I'm often concerned that their old name may have come to mean something negative. But back to Grumpy:
From the Rott Rescue site: 
Grumpy - he isn't - has a good temperament, very social dog. An outside dog in his former home, big, very handsome boy. Sold as a potential show quality dog, disqualified due to medical condition called cryporchardism, an autosomal recessive trait. Cryptorchid dogs are not candidates for breeding/showing because the condition is heritable. Click here to fill out our adoption application.

For those of you reading along (I can't wait to read what Mango has to say about this!)  Cryporchardism means... his 'nards didn't drop. While this makes him unbreedable... don't we have enough dogs in shelters anyway??? It doesn't require medical treatment. The boy just needs a good home!!!


If you can give Grumpy a home, please get in touch with the LA  Rottie Rescue.

If you would like to play along too, today is the last day.  Mayzie is going to draw names and choose FIVE winners and donate $100 green papers to the rescue organization of the winner's choice.

7 comments:

rottrover said...

OH!! You're killing me!! He's a beaut!!

-Ruby

Brandon - The dog with a blog said...

Grumpy is a handsome fella!

Mango said...

We love the rottie dogs around here. Such beautiful pups. I hope they find homes soon.

Slobbers,
Mango

Mango said...

Well, I wasn't going to say anything because the nard retention is kind of personal, don't you think? Perhaps he could be outfitted with some nice neuticles.

Slobbers,
mango

Priscilla said...

He looks great! What a handsome guy!

mayziegal said...

Oh, I Most Definitely think whoever adopts him HAS to change his name! You can just tell by that happy, smiley picture that he's not grumpy at ALL. My pawrents changed all our names cuz they feel like it gave us a fresh new start - and we agree!

My paws are crossed that Grumpy gets a whole new start - and a whole new name! - real, real soon!

Wiggles & WAgs,
Mayzie

Kari in Vegas said...

Grumpy does not look grumpy!

Stop on by for a visit!
Kari
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