We would LOVE for them to be adopted together so that their family could stay in tact. But, we realize the idea of adopting one dog is a big decision, much less adopting three might be too overwhelming for one family. We do hope to keep the dogs in touch with each other in the future, at the very least. So we would want a family adopting only one to be open and willing to meet up with the others for play dates periodically.
Gorda is the largest of the three, weighing in at approximately 60 pounds. She walks very well on a leash, warms up to new people pretty fast, and gets along well with other dogs. The Three Amigos are all around 2 years of age and, may be littermates. They appear to be potty trained but we are unsure as to whether they've even seen the inside of a house before. We would require their new family to have a fenced yard because they are fearful and shy, and they should be "indoor dogs" for the same reason. If you would like to consider adding Gorda, Oso and ChaCha (or any one of them) to your family and provide a forever and better life than before, please contact me for more information. NO TEXT MESSAGES PLEASE!
Oso can be found here: http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/16495129-lansing-michigan-shepherd-unknown-type-mix
ChaCha can be found here: http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/16495174-lansing-michigan-shepherd-unknown-type-mix
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