The girls love to play and have a ½ acre yard with an electric fence to run, chase each other and to be curious. They do dig once in awhile and like to chew on sticks. The girls bark at people walking near the house or drive into the driveway or walk into the house. It takes them only a few minutes to acclimate to strangers. They do not bite, but instead are a bit timid. When not outside playing they love to cuddle with each other or their people and love to be pet. They will love and lick you if you let them.
We are looking for a loving home who will take both girls and have someone who has time to properly train them. They have never been around infants, but I doubt that would be a problem. They have lived with another dog (and all got along famously). Please read the detailed behavior analysis and health history if you are interested in adopting them.
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