Say Hello to Danahee! She is so darned cute and really, really sweet and full of personality too! She is around 2 years old, athletic, and she weighs about 46lb. She is house trained and crate trained (although she does not like to be in her crate for a long time). She has some professional training and knows the basic commands, come, sit, down, stay and leave it, and she loves the agility course. She also walks well on her leash. Danahee has lots of fun energy, but she also likes to relax and snuggle with you on the couch. She is the ultimate lap dog!
Danahee also loves to play ball, go for car rides and give everyone lots of kisses! And Danni loves kids and gets along well with other dogs! Danni would do best in a home with a fenced yard and another large dog who will play with her. But Danni has to say no to cats (they are just too much fun to chase). She is currently in a foster home where she is being fostered with her best friend, Santababy! And Santababy is also available for adoption. So if you have room for two unbelievably great, bonded dogs, they would love to be adopted together and it would make them very happy. But Danni and SantaBaby will also be fine if adopted separately. If Danni sounds like a good fit for your family, please complete an adoption application so my foster family can set up a meet & greet. I look forward to meeting you! Love, Danni
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