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Closed Purebred Cases 2004 :

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While we always take into consideration an adopter's preferences, placements are made with the welfare of the dog as the primary consideration so that each Saluki is placed in the most appropriate home for his particular needs. This may include a preference for considering homes that are geographically closer to the dog, to avoid undue travel stress. Each dog's individual needs, and matching it to the best possible home to meet those needs, will always be STOLA's priority. <<more important information...>>

 

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Name: Angie

Case Number: M-104

Type: Owner Surrender

In: October 2004

Statistics: Approximately three years old, cream feathered spayed female. Needs a home with no other dogs and where someone is home much of the time.

Region located/Coordinator: Mountain Region; Janet Noll <jjnoll@strategic-media.com>

Status:

Adopted Jan '05.

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Name: Zeus

Case Number: M-150

Type: Rescue

In: November 2004

Statistics: young male, feathered, gold in color.

Region located/Coordinator: Mountain Region; Janet Noll <jjnoll@strategic-media.com>

Status:

Adopted Feb '05.

 

Name: Masri

Case Number: M-134

In: January 2005

Statistics: 11 year old feathered male, sabled red and white parti, very gentle and affectionate, adapts well to change and gets along well with other animals.

Regional Coordinator/Contact:
Lori Doering ayarcl@sbcglobal.net;

Christi Rodgers

witterodgers@yahoo.com

Status:

Adopted March '05.

 
 

Name: Ruby

Case Number: W-144

Type: Owner Surrender

In: October 2004

Statistics: Sweet, gold feathered
female (spayed) approx. 9 years old.  Good with most large dogs, but is not cat safe or small animal friendly.

Region located/Coordinator: Western Region; Lori Doering ayarcl@sbcglobal.net, Carol Henrie <reachus@pacbell.net>

Status:

Adopted April '05.

 

Name: Valentino

 

Case Number:

C-108

Type: Rescue

In: 2/20/04 

Statistics: approx. 1 year, gold/cream feathered male

Region/Coordinator: Central Region;
C Rodgers witterodgers@yahoo.com, Janet Noll jjnoll@strategic-media.com or

Lori Doering ayarcl@sbcglobal.net


Status:

Adopted August '05

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Name: Lucky
Case #: W-155
Type: Owner Surrender
In: July 2005
Statistics: Two-year-old male neutered silver grizzle, gentle temperament.

Region located/Coordinator: Western Region; Carol Henrie <reachus@pacbell.net>

Status:

Adopted August 05


 

Name: Habala

Case Number: W-142

Type: Owner Surrender

In: October 2004

Statistics: A little shy, needs to continue becoming more socialized, gold & white feathered female (spayed), approx. 9 years old. Good with most large dogs, but is not cat safe or small animal friendly.

Region located/Coordinator: Western Region; Carol Henrie <reachus@pacbell.net>

Status:

Adoped August 05.

 


Name: Happy
Case #: W-154
Type: Owner Surrender
In: July 2005
Statistics: Two-year-old female spayed silver grizzle, gentle temperament.

Region located/Coordinator: Western Region; Carol Henrie <reachus@pacbell.net>

Status:

Adopted August 05


 
Name: Tyra


Type: Owner Surrender
In: October 2005
Statistics: 5-year-old sweet tricolour female, quiet and affectionate.
Region/Coordinator: Western Region, Carol Henrie reachus@pacbell.net.
Status: Adopted Oct. 2005
 
Name: "Iraj"


Case Number: W-202:  
In: November 2005
Statistics: 3-year-old white-and-gold particolour neutered male. Active, friendly.
Coordinator: Western Region, Carol Henrie reachus@pacbell.net
Status: ADOPTED November '05
 

Name: Suni

Case Number: M-203

Type: Rescue

In: October 2005

Statistics: Male, black and tan, appears to be 9 months-1 yr. old, found in Texas shelter

Region located/Coordinator: Mountain Region; Janet Noll <jjnoll@strategic-media.com>

Status:

Adopted Dec 05

 


Name: Durango


Case Number: W-204
Type: Owner Surrender
In: October 2005
Statistics: Friendly, well-mannered  7 year old neutered male. Feathered golden.
Region/Coordinator: Western Region, Carol Henrie reachus@pacbell.net
Status: Adopted Dec '05

 

Name: confidential

Case Number: W-208

Type: Owner Surrender

In: May '05

Statistics: Feathered Female/spayed Less than 2 yrs. old

Region located/Coordinator: Western Region; Carol Henrie <reachus@pacbell.net>

Status:

Adopted May 2006

 
 

Name: Yazzie

Case Number: W-145

Type: Owner Surrender

In: October 2004

Statistics: Four year old female (spayed), gold smooth saluki very affectionate & playful, not cat or small animal safe, but gets along well with other salukis.

Region located/Coordinator: Western Region; Carol Henrie <reachus@pacbell.net>

Status:

Adopted June 2006

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Yazzie

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Name: Tyson

Case Number: W-205
Type: Owner Surrender
In: October 2005
Statistics: Friendly, well-mannered tricolour feathered male (neutered).
Region/Coordinator: Western Region, Carol Henrie reachus@pacbell.net
Status: Adopted July '06.

 
Name: Starfire *
 
Case #: E 199
 
Type: Rescue
 
Statistics: Starfire is an eight year cream male.  Starfire is sweet, loving & he enjoys playing with toys and other dogs.  Starfire is a little shy, but has come a long ways since living with his foster, where he has had a lot of socialization, he is a little more nervous around men. 
 
Starfire will do best in a home without cats, smaller dogs, or younger children.  He seems to get along very well with other dogs his size, or larger.
 
 Regional Coordinator: Lori Doering,  ayarcl@sbcglobal.net Eastern Region 
 
Status: Adoped Oct '06

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Name: Jabbar

 
Case #: M 210
 
Type: Rescue
 
Statistics: Jabbar is a young, approximately 1 year old, male. He is feathered, dominant black (not black and tan), with a white blaze on his chest and white feet. He's very sweet and appears to enjoy attention and human contact.
 
 Regional Coordinator: Janet Noll, taossalukis@gmail.com - Mountain Region 
 
Status: Adopted Oct '06
 

 

Name: Luke

 
Case #: M 211
 
Type: Rescue
 
Statistics: Adorable, happy, friendly Saluki pup found wandering streets of Lubbock, TX. No more than 6-8 mos old. Lovely b/f red with black mask. Happy, healthy, outgoing, likes other dogs. Just an absolute doll.
 
 Regional Coordinator: Janet Noll, taossalukis@gmail.com - Mountain Region 
 
Status: Adopted Nov '06
 
Name: Araby *
 
Case #: E 179
 
Type: Rescue
 
Statistics: Araby is an eight year cream male.  Araby takes his time to get to know  people, but once he does, he is a very special companion.  Araby is smart & affectionate. 
 
Araby will do best in a home without cats, smaller dogs, or younger children.  He he gets along well with most dogs his size.  
 
 Regional Coordinator: Lori Doering,  ayarcl@sbcglobal.net Eastern Region 
 
Status: Adopted Nov 06

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Name: Princess Younger *
 
Case #: E 195
 
Type: Rescue
 
Statistics: Princess Younger is an eight year petite cream female.  Princess Younger is very shy, and is especially nervous around most men.  PY is very sweet, and given time & patience, she will become more affectionate and trusting of her family.
 
Princess Younger will do best in a home without cats, smaller dogs, or younger children.  She seems to get along very well with other dogs her size, or larger, her best buddy at her foster home is a Great Dane.  Princess Younger currently lives with a cat at her foster home, and she does will with them, but they are never left together unsupervised.
 
 Regional Coordinator: Lori Doering,  ayarcl@sbcglobal.net Eastern Region 
 
Status: Adopted Nov '06

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Name: Ghazal *
 
Case #: E 186
 
Type: Rescue
 
Statistics: Ghazal is a five year old black & silver male.  Ghazal  is a very affectionate, sweet and funny boy, but he takes a little longer to adjust to men.  
 
Ghazal will do best in a home without cats, smaller dogs, or younger children.  He he will make a great companion for other female dogs close to his size, or he could be an only dog.  
 
 Regional Coordinator: Lori Doering,  ayarcl@sbcglobal.net Eastern Region 
 
Status: Adopted Dec '06

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