Binola T. Summary:
Sex Age Wt Shots Level Potty Trained
F 12 yrs 75 lbs Current 2 yes
Good with Adults, kids and other dogs
Binola enjoys taking walks but doesn't seem to have a lot of experience on a leash. She is a quick learner however and likes to explore.
Binola does show some good home living skills. She gets along well with kids and is house-trained.
Between Binola and Scott, Binola is the more outgoing. When they meet new people or dogs Binola is the one that will take the lead and make first social contact. Scott is quite happy to follow Binola and does not get jealous if she always receives the initial attention.
A separate description of Scott T. with his pictures is also posted.
We are still learning more about Scott T. and Binola T. so we will be updating their bio's with more details as we learn it.
Scott T. and Binola have been accepted into the GSRNC Thulani Program and are headed to a Thulani Foster home where the two together will receive lots of home comforts as they settle in. The Thulani Program will also see that they both receive updated vaccinations and other medical care necessary to their well being. In addition, The Thulani Program is starting a search for their next adoptive home that will care for them for the rest of lives lives. They will also come with a supply of food, a cushy pad if wanted, and other goodies such as toys.
Scott and Binola's medical expenses will be covered for the rest of their lives by The Thulani Program!
If you want to learn more about Scott and Binola, or are possibly interested in providing them an adoptive or foster home, please send us a message by clicking HERE.
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