These two cute little 'brothers' must go together...
Sharky and Stingray are 2 adorable and bonded brothers with cute crooked noses who are super tiny at about 4.5 pounds each. Despite their small size, they have gigantic personalities that are also quite distinct. Sharky is a super confident boy who loves to "swim" around his people (his swim is a crawl where he stretches out his hind legs and pulls himself around using his front legs in his excitement to see you). Stingray (or "Stingee") is a very sweet boy who is extremely affectionate after he gets to know you for a couple of days. Stingray also loves to play with toys and other dogs and has an adorable play-bow-hop that he does when he wants to play. Both Sharky and Stingray had their vocal cords removed by their previous owner, but they have their own raspy language that they use to communicate with each other with. Sharky is more vocal and will "bark" if he wants to get your attention. Both little guys tend to snore and reverse sneeze a lot. They are also working on being house-trained, so it's a good idea for them to wear male belly bands around the house. Even though each little guy has his own personality, they get along and follow each other and "check up" on the other one if they think something has happened. These two happy-go-lucky boys are sure to brighten your day and bring lots of smiles!
Both boys are up to date on all vaccinations (including Rabies), microchipped, neutered and have had a full anesthetic dental. Our adoption fee for the two is $500 and requires a home check. For more information, please call (951) 609-0765 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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