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I need advise for possibly finding my baby girl a new home :(

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Addy, CGC

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Barked: Fri Apr 5, '13 9:51pm PST 
I totally understand your feeling it is best to rehome her, if you would be forced to mske her live in the garage in the new place, and can't afford something more suitable. Some dogs could be made happy and comfortable with that arrangement, but not all, I think not most, and you know her best.

Contact rescue groups, especially greyhound rescues if she's part grey. Even if the rescue group does not have a foster home opening to take her, many will list your dog if you can "be the foster," and handle screenings and approval of potential adopters. A short time in the garage while you're looking for the right home for her is not ideal, but much better than feeling pressured to make a decision too quickly and without the assistsnce of rescue people.
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Skarlet

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Barked: Fri Apr 19, '13 4:37pm PST 
You can list her on Rescue Me, just be sure to ask for a rehoming fee and references. Do not just give her away to someone that "sounds like a good home" unless you know for sure.
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