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; These are sweet dogs whose family fell on hard times, lacking in resources, but they were cared for and they grew up with kids that loved them, and they like kids.
; More soon. $400 adoption fee ... extra donations appreciated! We'll aim to get them groomed. Remember dogs with coats like these need attention and care!
; These dogs are very deserving of homes with folks with the ability to provide nutritious food, vet care (they were fixed by Paw Fund years back, and came as strays to Milo prior, and were vaccinated....) They are healthy, nice dogs, ready to spend the rest of their lives in the laps of luxury - or at least, in really great homes!
; *FOSTER NOTES* 12/27/16- Cosita is amazing. She is extremely food motivated which has made training fun. She knows 'off', 'uh-uh', is learning 'sit', 'down', and 'leave it'. She walks well on leash but is an escape artist. We should have called her Houdini because she can escape almost any harness or collar. She is about 90% potty trained. We have really been working on positive reinforcement. We notice she doesn't fully evacuate her bladder when she urinates outside, so she will need continued help to learn and this means more frequent trips outside for potty. She might do best in a house with a doggie door where she can come and go in a fenced yard as needed. She has never pooped in the house.
; Cosita might be 7 but she is a bundle of fun and so funny. She is amazing with small children. She is not bossy, and she and our dog are now fast friends. She has discovered toys at our house and LOVES balls. She will bat them all around the house. She also has discovered soft fabric dog toys and loves to chew them. She has been surprising good with our child's toys, and only once did she try and tak
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