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Avanti Italian Airedale
That’s what you’ll be singing when you hold this soft and oh so cuddly Airedale. Measuring 12” tall – this little guy is so realistic your Airedale(s) will wonder who the interloper is!! Donated by Susan Jensen.
Coopercraft Airedale Statue
This high gloss Coopercraft Airedale originates from the Aire River Valley in England just like our favorite breed. Measuring a generous 7" tall, he has the same beautiful caramel and black colors accentuating the Airedale’s distinguished good looks! This lad is looking for his forever home – will it be yours? Donated in loving memory of Murphy Brown (their senior foster ‘dale) by Jill, Troy & Alex Springborn.
Crystal Airedale by Nybro
This lighted crystal Airedale (by Nybro) will light up your life as much as your fur friend does – measures 6" tall with the base. Donated by the Sally Babcock Estate.
Cement Garden Bench
Take a break in your garden while you watch your Airedales play in the yard. This cement bench is guarded by two of your Airedale's biggest nemesis, those doggone pesky squirrels!! Be the high bidder on this lawn decoration and keep your Airedale on their toes! Donated by Bob & Denise Seis
Tiptoe thru the Tulips
This is the second in a series bracelet from renowned Door County jewelry artist Linda Silvasi-Kelly. Bracelet features four adorable Airedales "tiptoeing through the tulips." The sky blue background offsets the multi-color tulips and is finished with a Chinese coin and hand-blown Venetian glass "Millefiori" bead clasp. Donated by Linda in honor of her two beautiful Airedales Celeste and Mattea
Visiting Aunt Maud
Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity! This stunning black and white print by Mike Sibley is signed and numbered #213 out of 530 (comes with Certificate of Authenticity). Framed and ready to adorn your home, it will surely catch all your visitor’s eyes. And, you’ll be able to proudly say that you helped many senior Airedales with this print. The donor of this piece of art, Carol Ciszek, has requested the money raised by this piece be used to benefit the senior Airedales in ATRA's care.