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Abigail is a lovely girl who had a rough start in life. She was an outdoor dog and I am not sure anyone was ever aware that she is deaf. She learns quickly, and now knows sit and down. She walks pretty well on leash and is still working on that skill. She does need special help as she is deaf and she has to have someone who will work with her and understand her needs. She is dog selective so she may need to be a single dog in a household, or she may be fine with existing dogs, a meet and greet would be needed to see if they get along.
As you can see from her picture she loves learning, she is so happy when she catches on to something new, her tail goes so fast it is a blur and she smiles!
She is very friendly with people, very affectionate, loves to play with her toys and is always up for a tummy rub! For more information please contact Ann -Marie at email@example.com
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All pets are up to date on shots, combo or heartworm tested, spayed/neutered, and microchipped.
All pets with the second name "Biscuit" are neglect and/or cruelty cases brought to Angels of Assisi by animal control.
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* Under 5 months of age.
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