Maggie was the runt of the litter. You wouldn’t know it now. She's all grown up having just turned one. She does love to play especially with her sister Christi. They are very close and will need to be adopted together. They were part of a litter of six puppies that came to us from a San Antonio shelter where they and their mother were going to be put down. We have had them since they were a day old. If you are interested in them please fill out an application remembering they do need to be adopted together. Both are sweet girls who deserve a lot of love.
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