Mia & Tia's pr. owner was put in a nursing home and the family had "no use " fot the dogs and put them in a " kill-shelter" . I'm friend with one of the animal control officers and She contacted me for help .Mia & Tia are very sweet and live there entire life together , the are housebroken , leash trained and no some tricks. Yes the are very overweight and need loose some weight and we are working on it. When I took both to the groomer Tia rolled over won't her belly scratch and than She got up and gave a high five. Mia & Tia will NOT be separated and only adopted together .
Transport are available to PA,NJ,NY and CT
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