Earl and Pearl arrived to our shelter as strays. Surprisingly, no one came to claim them even though they had on cute, pretty collars. They have not been doing well at the shelter unfortunately and no one has asked to see either of them because they bark at strangers and do not come to the front of the cage to sniff anyone. However, they really are great dogs. They are both calm dogs who will probably not require a lot of training. Either one of them would be perfect for someone who wants a dog that won't be too hyper in the house. They may be adopted together or separately, however we do feel they would adjust best if they went to the same family.
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