Ginger is a purebred female Soft Coated
Wheaten Terrier. Her DOB is 3/18/03
Ginger is a owner turn-in. Some info
Ginger has been a wonderful member of
our family over the years but I think she
is suffering from the changes our family
has undergone. When we got Ginger
our daughters were in 2nd & 5th grade.
Now our daughters are 17 & 19.
Between college, high school, their
jobs, their activities, and social outings
they are rarely home. And when they are
it seems that they studying or sleeping.
I moved into a managerial position 3
years ago and the work load continues
to increase. So I stay late at the office or
drag it home. My husband lost his job in
January 2010 but was fortunate to find a
new job by May. However the new job
requires him to travel for extended
periods of time. As a result, Ginger, no
longer gets the attention that she needs
or get the play times outside she likes.
Although she is always happy to see us,
we think the lack of attention is affecting
her deeply. Despite being potty trained,
she has started to potty in open areas of
the house as if to send us a message.
This is surprising because she doesn’t
bother any items in the house and
damage the furniture. Her worst offense
is stealing the cat’s food. We would like
to find her a home with younger children
who have more time to play with her. Do
you think the rescue organization could
find her a new home with a younger
family, who would appreciate her sweet
nature? Ginger doesn’t like
thunderstorms or fireworks and reacts
by barking and pacing.
Ginger is spayed and up to date on
|AUGUST 2011 -
A FOREVER HOME!
Ginger has been adopted by
Elizabeth Doonan of Minnesota