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This profile was last updated on 3/28/11  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

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Phone: (805) ***-****  HQ Phone
Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation
2989 WOODSTOCK RD
SANTA YNEZ , California 93460
United States

Company Description: The internet's oldest and most complete site about Kerry Blue Terriers.... The internet's oldest and most complete site about Kerry Blue Terriers. Objective and...   more
Background

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The Shelbina Express
kerryblues.s404.sureserver.com, 28 Mar 2011 [cached]
Along with our seasoned Rescue Coordinators Candi Marzano (Northwest), Eileen Andrade (CA), and Tracey Fulmer (Northeast), they did a fabulous job finding homes in advance for our new Rescue Kerries.
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In addition to our Ground Team, the true heroes of this Rescue are our Rescue Coordinators--especially Eileen Andrade, Candi Marzano, Tracey Fulmer, and Linda Grisley.
Male #131, Riley
kerryblues.s404.sureserver.com, 29 Mar 2006 [cached]
the incredible help of Eileen Andrade we were able to adopt #131 of the MO. puppymill rescue. #131 is now known as Rielly. I've been following the
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us. In particular I would like to recognize Eileen Andrade. Amongst all the ferrying of dogs, screening of adoptive families, trying to get work done at her job and being really sick, she always took time to walk a rookie Kerry owner through the first few hard days.
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There were definitely times I wasn't sure I would be able to keep him, but thanks to people like Jan, Eileen and Candi, Rielly and I have been able to get over the worst of it and made a much better life for him.
I am frequently amazed at the happy guy that is emerging from that scared dog. Now instead of fear, he is curious about different things he runs into. Sudden movements or noises still unnerve him, and maybe they always will, but what's important is the example that he sets of courage, and the willingness not to give up on life.
Kerry Blue Terriers Rescue dogs placed in 2007
kerryblues.s404.sureserver.com, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
by Eileen Andrade, KBTF Southwest Rescue Coordinator
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Eileen Andrade
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Rescue Coordinator: Eileen Andrade, my3kerries@comcast.net
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I was just settling down and getting back to work after Christmas when Eileen Andrade rang. She wanted to know if my girlfriend, Meghan, happened to still be back in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for the holidays. Indeed, she was.
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Eileen knew what we were looking for, and Paddy was all that and more.
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Eileen Andrade Rescue Coordinator for the Southwest
The Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation: Best of KB-L
kerryblues.s404.sureserver.com, 14 Dec 2007 [cached]
Best of KBL for November 2007 was Eileen Andrade's post regarding the birth of four puppies to Tully, a rescue. Tully was adopted by Kim and Jim Applegate only to find out that she was pregnant. Eileen's post gives us some insight into the number of people willing to take time out of their busy schedule to help with these kerry rescues (and their new litter of puppies).
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Eileen Andrade
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Eileen Andrade, Rescue Coordinator for the Southwest, posted a message that she desparately needed help with a Kerry in California.
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Eileen Andrade
Cheers for Volunteers: Andrade
www.kerryblues.org, 20 Sept 2006 [cached]
Eileen Andrade to the Rescue!
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As an active member of the Kerry Blue Terrier Club of Northern California, Eileen began rescue work long before the Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation had been conceived.
In 1994, the Kerry Blue Terrier Club of Northern California rescued a Kerry girl. An extreme case, Molly was unsocialized, very dog aggressive and out of control. The Club had dogs benched at the Golden Gate Kennel Club Show and Eileen, among many other club members, spent the weekend talking to people about Kerries and canvassing for the perfect and committed home for Molly. She found it with Judith Bruno (Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation Publication, spring 2009). Molly was the first of many that Eileen placed in her 16 years of rescue work. It was during these years that Eileen, as rescue coordinator of the Kerry Blue Terrier Club of Northern California worked closely with Janet Joers, the rescue coordinator of the Kerry Blue Terrier Club of Southern California.
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When the Foundation was organized, Eileen was a natural to help with rescue. Her responsibilities grew from Northern California to include work in Washington and Oregon. Enlisting Candi Marzano in Seattle meant Eileen could concentrate on California, but her responsibilities soon blossomed to include California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah... even sometimes Texas!
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Eileen has done all of this and more for many years.
Tristan on the left and his mother Trudy (Ch. Kallehan's True Type) enjoy a game of "chicken."
There is little doubt that rescue work is rewarding, but before the reward often comes the heartbreak and tears. Earlier this year Eileen was asked to evaluate a people-aggressive dog in a home with a small child and elderly woman, both of whom the dog had bitten. The family had gone to great extremes working with trainers, but to no avail. During the hours spent in evaluation, the dog had eaten from Eileen's hand, accepted caresses and stared into her eyes. Then as Eileen got up to leave, the dog attacked lunging for Eileen's throat and literally knocking her to her knees. Fortunately, the dog was leashed and the owner was able to pull him off. he decision was heartbreaking and the question always remains, "Why do some dogs residing in loving homes become uncontrollably aggressive?"
There was plenty of heartbreak when Eileen picked up Karly from a shelter where she had been surrendered. According to vet records, this little girl had lost one-third of her body weight in only a year and had to have an eye removed the result of her last dog fight. Despite her condition, Karly was anxious to please and happy to see Eileen.
And so began the best part of rescue, the rehabilitation process. Karly was placed in a foster home that would give her love and security, evaluate her needs and provide her not only with the food she desperately needed, but the promise of love, companionship.
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It was Eileen who got the call. The network of rescue coordinators was out of foster homes, but this boy could not be left behind so Eileen's response was to have the boy sent to her.
From there she made a call to a couple who could not say no to a little boy in trouble. A foster home was found, and in a short time, that foster home became a forever home.
Eileen always said that when Janet called for the Kerry Club or the Foundation, she could never say no. The truth is, Eileen couldn't say no to dogs.
Sadly Eileen had to resign from her position in February because of ill health.
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Eileen did so many years ago, and has never regretted the decision for a moment. She has met amazing dogs and wonderful people.
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