Meme...what the heck is a Meme? Gosh if I know. At first I thought it was mime. Silly me, putting on a weird beret and lots of white makeup—too hard for a dog. So its actually Meme. And I decided it means me, but twice—MeMe. So it’s nice to meet you, I’m Meme.
Yes, I am a very good-looking, female, Retriever mix (we think). I am about 3-years old ,and I am a svelte 65 pounds or so. I have a sad background story, but you know what, it doesn’t matter. I am here now, and I am doing really well. I am completely house trained, crate trained (maybe just when I first go home with you so I can have my own space), and I am great on-leash...but be forewarned, I am stronger than I look. And another positive—I almost never bark—I’m very quiet. I love people, but I am just too big for small children...but older kids...bring ‘em on!
And I love people...but I am too big for small children...but older kids...just bring ‘em on! Now I know I am sounding pretty good, right? But I do have a few quirks. I need to be your only animal...I’m not a fan of other dogs or cats. I want all your attention—I haven’t had any in a long time.
So, what do you say? Just fill out an adoption application at the web address below and come meet me! Just remember Me-Me, my name Meme.
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