For two darling, little Schnoodle girls in who are currently living in Cornwall, NY. The family adopted these girls from me about a year ago. The young son has developed severe asthma, and they may have to rehome Thumbelina and Toto. They are heartbroken over this. I suggested they try removing the dogs from the home for a period of time - maybe one or two months - to see if it had any impact on her son's allergies; if it didn't, they could take them back home and continue to look for other solutions. Why do doctors always point the finger of blame at the family pets?!? I think it's just the easy way out for them. These dogs have lived with this family for a year, like I said - why would he suddenly develop allergies to them?

Anyway, the only photos I have of them are baby pictures - Liz (the Mom) doesn't really know how to send photos via email. I am attaching their baby pics here.

Can anyone help?


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Comment by Elizabeth Gunn on December 7, 2010 at 5:15pm
*****WE STILL NEED A FOSTER HOME***** for these two girls - the one we thought we had lined up didn't work out.
Please, can anyone help?
Comment by Elizabeth Gunn on November 21, 2010 at 2:42pm
Hello - as far as I know, they are potty trained. I know they are crate trained They do need to stay together.....if one goes somewhere without the other, the one left behind gets very upset! We have a potential foster meeting them next week. If it doesn't work out, would you be interested in possibly fostering them?

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Comment by Beverly Zeroogian on November 21, 2010 at 11:39am
First- it is not only possible, but probable that allergies develop after a year. They are always a delayed reaction. I developed severe cat allergies after having cats for 30 years, and developed a dog allergy after I had the dog for 2 months. (I get immunotherapy shots for both) Having said that, doodles are supposed to be less allergenic, and the fall allergens this year in New England are through the roof.

Are the dogs potty trained? Do they need to be together? How are they behavior wise? Thanks.

Comment by LM Fowler - Admin on November 20, 2010 at 10:30pm
It's the power of the "Collective." Good things come to good people.
Comment by Elizabeth Gunn on November 20, 2010 at 10:19pm
Yep see what this group can do?? It's magic! Thanks, Lynne!

Comment by LM Fowler - Admin on November 20, 2010 at 10:15pm
Sounds like we may be able to cheer soon. Fingers and paws are crossed.
Comment by Elizabeth Gunn on November 20, 2010 at 9:41pm
I am speaking with Liz now - sounds like you two are going to work things out.......I'll send you one of my adoption applications to complete, which I also use for foster homes. fingers crossed that the meet-n-greet goes well!
Thanks so much for your help!
Comment by Elizabeth Gunn on November 20, 2010 at 9:31pm
Hmmmm...she has been communicating with me via Facebook. I will send her a message. what is your email address? Are you on Facebook? I am under Elizabeth Gunn. My email addy is
Comment by Elizabeth Gunn on November 20, 2010 at 8:34pm
They are pretty small - don't know their current weight. Can I put you in touch with her owners?

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Comment by Kary on November 20, 2010 at 12:20am
I haven't, but we found that regular bathing was all it took.

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