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; ; Persimmon can be prickly at first. She prefers male dogs her own size, and men in general over women. However, once she gains confidence, she loves to play ball and allows herself to be rocked to sleep in your arms.
; ; Persimmon is not fond of loud noises or sudden movements. She is house-trained and rides well in a car. Her BFF is staff member Alex. Come in and ask him about this little charmer today!
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