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; Sanctuary Update: Snickers has recently made great progress with bonding with the staff. We now feel that both she and her sister would be candidates for a very special foster or adoptive home. We do want to stress that these girls would need a very patient ad calm environment as they were dealt a very sad hand in life. They have spent a great deal of their time here at the sanctuary shut down, finding comfort with each other but we have turned a corner with them and they are now finally wagging their tails and bouncing when they see us coming, approaching us for treats and allowing gentle pets. These girls will never be social butterflies, but the fact that we have had such a break through with them gives us a glimmer of hope that they be able to find a special person who will be able to keep the momentum building and earn their trust. They would certainly need a rural and adult only home, and would do best as the only two pets in the home. Betty was formerly the more brave of the two, but Snickers is the one that has recently shown the most progress and is now helping her sister to come out of her shell now more than ever. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about adopting or sponsoring these two adorable girls.
; Original bio: Snickers and her blonde sister, Betty (our names) were confiscated by the police in Merced County when their owner was put in jail, for a long time.' There were four dogs seized, all under socialized and obviously handled with a heavy hand.... We took these two sweet, shy girls. ; They are dying to feel okay to feel secure, loved and gain trust - we don't want to split them up as of yet - they really help each other and love each other - Betty is the leader of the two, Snickers follows Betty's lead. If you have dreamed about fostering a duo where you big making a huge difference, consider
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