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Looking for gorgeous, outgoing and 100% goofy? Candace is a super friendly dog who meets no strangers. Her only objective is to find the party . . . and she is definitely going to be the one wearing the lampshade on her head!!! Candace was surrendered for chewing up some shoes, and we're not surprised. A young, energetic girl like her being left alone all day with no training or proper toys is bound to get herself into trouble. At just about 1 1/2 - 2 years old, Candace could use a basic obedience course and she's smart enough to love the training. (She does pull a little bit on the leash but it's just because she is trying to hurry up and find the party!) She enjoys running and playing with the other dogs -- she's super social, confident, and friendly with everyone, human or canine. Like many hounds, she may do her share of singing from time to time, and most hound lovers will be prepared for her higher energy level and streaks of obstinance from time to time. She's possessive of her food bowl with other dogs (totally fine sharing it with people) so we feel she's best as an only-dog in the home, or with someone willing to work with her on sharing if there is another dog already in the home. We think Candace is about 1 1/2 - 2 years old, she weighs about 60 pounds with a bit more to pack on, and she's a very healthy girl. If the party girls are your type, please visit www.pinkshelter.org for more information about the adoption process or click here for our online application. Full vetting and spay included in her $375 adoption fee. Transport fee is additional $150. IF YOU HAVE AOL or YAHOO PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FILE FOR OUR RESPONSE
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