Deborah Moore
  • Female
  • Richmond, VA
  • United States
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Deborah Moore commented on Kelly Blackwood's blog post Meet our foster, Molly!
"She is beautiful! Once she gets her footing, she will be so loyal, so grateful. Deaf dogs are just as trainable as hearing dogs - with just a few tiny adjustments. And a deaf doodle can be as bouncy, happy and loving as a hearing one. <3 When…"
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Where are you located?
Central VA
Tell us about yourself and how we might help you:
I work with dogs every day in a dog bakery/high end boutique. That's where I first met doodles and fell in love.
I meet a lot of ppl over the course of the week and hope I might possibly be able to direct them to this site to help them find a doodle. :-)
Tell us about your dog(s) and/or other pets that you have:
We have two doodles. A 2 yr old F1 goldendoodle named Connor who was a puppy mill rescue @ 13 weeks old. He is the sweetest dog with the best h eart you could ever imagine. He's also a therapy dog. Our other doodle is an 11 month old Australian Labradoodle named Simon. He is a little cutie pie, funny, sweet and he and Connor are like 2 peas in a doodle pod. Simon is working on his obedience training and will be starting Advanced later this month (5/10) with hopes of him possibly becoming a therapy dog, too. Skylar is our 8 yr old rough coat collie. He is pretty good with the doodles, but is experiencing some health problems. :-( We also have 2 indoor cats - a little Maine Coon and a tiny tortie with a big attitude!
Have you read our adoption policies?
Connor was rescue and Simon was from a breeder.
Are you now involved in Rescue? If so, how?
I have worked on some non-doodle breed rescues - able to get them pulled from kill shelters and placed with breed organizations/foster care. The woman who started our doodle group and I have been trying to get a foster network started, but have had little response.

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At 11:35pm on April 2, 2011, Nancy, Ned and Clancy said…

I feel the same way you do about doodles - it is my forever breed choice. As much as I love my Springer, I won't get another one.  They are just too high energy for our lifestyle nowadays.  Ned is also charming. He is not normally a cuddler but he is pushy wanting the attention, but only because another dog might get it.... He is three, so I guess it isn't going to happen for him.

At 11:23pm on April 2, 2011, Nancy, Ned and Clancy said…
I am everywhere aren't I.  Are both Simon and Connor doing therapy work?  I think when I retire I would really enjoy doing this with Ned or Clancy. Although I don't think Ned is suited to it, Clancy, with work, might be.
At 11:07pm on April 2, 2011, Nancy, Ned and Clancy said…
Simon is just darling - I just saw a picture you posted of him in a discussion!
At 9:17pm on May 12, 2010, Nancy, Ned and Clancy said…
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