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Dora is an extremely loving and highly bonding girl who desperately wants a home of her own. Dora was adopted and returned to us by a family who loved her dearly, but for the reasons outlined below , were unable to keep her. She is a dog who very much would love to be part of a loving family that adored her and would give her all the love and hugs that she very much deserves. We are looking for a home for Dora without other dogs. During her timer in her home she had been renamed Sugar, but has been back to Dora since her return. Please do read the very descriptive notes from May 2011 from Dora's original Milo adoptive family;
; We adopted Sugar from Milo in October 2010. She is very lovable and she deserves someone who can handle all of her. Let me briefly describe Sugar: She weighs in at 80-90 pounds. She is completely house trained (can hold it for a very long time!) but does need to go out to relieve herself regularly. She will use the yard (we leave the door open all day) but loves a walk to do her business. She also loves to run - I run with her 3 times a week. She is GREAT traveling in a car, and loves to fetch. She does not chew or scratch furniture (she does chase flies!). Sugar is an A+ inside dog. She is fine being left alone for 5-6 hours at a time (albeit not everyday) if you clear your counters of all food! Her main indoor activity is to follow me around and sleep at my feet?honestly she can sleep for 20 hours a day. She LOVES people?any kind, any size, any uniform. She does not bark when people come to the door, or 30 kids descend upon the house. She looks scary but would lick the hand of any intruder (not bred for guard dog at this point although she looks the part!). She is very easy.
; Outside she is a bit of a challenge for us. She is somewhat nervous around other dogs and cannot yet be trusted off-leash. She needs and deserves someone who can work with her to overcome this.
; I cannot say enough how easy this girl i
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