Looked on Google and found these. The PDF file is one that the doctor/vet I used wrote.
I've had two with SARD's. First one I only had for two weeks but learned her way around pretty good, even outside. Second one I'd had for a couple of years so she adapted very well. She learned where the trees and fence was even when running. She even caught a gopher once by tracking it's smell down. Vet up at the U of W - Madison specialized in SARD's. Both had a companion to play with.
Did a search and didn't see anything. Sad happening here in Wisconsin. If you are on Facebook or do a Google on "Justice for Mary the dog". you might really have a problem with this young women. I rescured a three legged Basenji mix last Jan that had been shot a couple time and hit by a car, great mix with the "B" I have. There are several petition out there.
WOW! Really? If you could do Eau Claire to Madison and hand off to MOTH, that is half the trip and a HUGE help (all you guy's have to go on my Christmas Card List). Let me know if you can do this and what day's in the next 5 day's work best. Tag the note onto MOTH's last post and also to me at firstname.lastname@example.org >CHEERS DAVID - From Pipet & Dave
Moth has replied with which days she is available but still waiting for Dave's info. Hope he got my E-mail, it's in his hands now.
I've had several pairs, first was a mother and daughter but had been seperated for a couple of years. After the first couple of "discussions", no problems. Next male/female pair got along again after getting to know each other. Added problem was that one was blind in one eye and the other went blind in both. They got along great for ten years. Last pair happened this Jan when I picked up a 1 1/2 years old male Basenj Fox Terrier mix mainly as a companion for my 3 years old female. "B" They hit off right on minuet one. The way they play fight and chase each other in the yard is fun to watch. The new one, the mix, is missing a front leg but can still out run/out corner the "B".