Dolly and Reba were at the shelter together. They like to get together to play and sing. Both were living in a home with little kids and were wonderful with them. Unfortunately the family could no longer keep their dogs so they will be in the Boston area looking for loving homes.
Reba has green eyes and is an adorable, gentle patient, and loving girl. She is smaller in person than she appears in the pictures.
Reba is a mid level energy dog that loves snuggling, kissing, running and playing! Her favorite toy is a nylabone and she's trying to figure out the other toys for now since they are new to her. She enjoys greenies, duck and chickpea cookies and cheese! Reba enjoys sleeping under the covers in bed with her humans.
Reba doesn't have much training, but has learned "sit", and "kennel" since coming to New England. She is currently working on more commands and her foster says she's very eager to please and learns quickly! She is a leash puller, but is getting better. She loves other dogs but needs to take her time getting to know them. Sometimes she's a little grumpy at first.
Now she's just looking for the perfect forever home!
Check out her video below
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