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A NEW BREED OF SERVICE DOG TO HELP ALTER ABLED PEOPLE IS HERE. PLEASE HELP FIND A WORTHY RECIPIENT

The media’s help is needed to find an alter abled person or appropriate service dog organization to receive the donation of a new breed of service dog. This is a non shedding dog suitable for people with allergies to dog hair and who could have a more independent life with the help of a dog to pull their wheelchair and to do other service tasks. The dogs are bred to pull a wheelchair, pull a dog cart, do agility, follow horses or they can be a pet for someone with an active, athletic lifestyle. The breed is called Giant Schnoodles of Joy. They are a hybred of a standard poodle with a giant schnauzer. The breed has been developed by Joy de la Ren. The dogs generally sell for over $1,000. However, one dog will be donated if the right person or organization is found so that someone can have a more independent lifestyle with the help of a service dog. Joy spent several years using a wheelchair when, in 1996, she was struck with a painful debilitating illness. During this period, she trained both standard poodles and a giant schnauzer to pull her wheelchair, and pull a dog cart. She decided that a combination of these 2 breeds would give the strength and heat resistance of a giant schnauzer with the intelligence and trainability of a poodle. So she developed the Giant Schnoodle of Joy. The breeding took several years of planning. Extensive genetic and orthepedic testing was done on the parents, and on April 9, 2003, 6 Giant Schnoodles of Joy were born: 3 boys and 3 girls. The result is a strong, healthy, intelligent, puppy with a black glossy, wavy, non shedding coat that shed dirt, dust and even burrs! The puppies are very people oriented and already come on command and do not soil their crates. To learn more about this new breed, and see pictures of the puppies, and parents, the web site (still under construction) can be seen at www.campstamp.com Click on dogs of Joy. Joy can be emailed at caringpro@yahoo.com. To receive the donation of the dog, applicants can print out an application form which will be at the web site and fax it to Joy at 858 576 2304.

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Contact Information

Joy De La Ren
Phone: 858 576 2273
Email: caringpro@yahoo.com
   
Website: www.campstamp.com
Click on "Dogs of Joy"