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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* 11/25/16- Cosita gets along well with any other dog and is seems essentially no-risk when we're out walking on a leash. She also is neither dog/human focused, and spends much of her time to herself. She does play with my dog when they're both in the mood, and plays very nicely. Cosita is, in fact, quite an escape artist, and found the one hole in our fence immediately. She does not have any recall at this point, which can be frustrating. However, she was not hard to get back, and often would return to our yard on her own after a minute of exploring the neighbors'. Cosita had 2 accidents inside, but seems to almost be house broken. She did not have any accidents in her crate. She does not like to be crated and will whine. She was a low key dog inside (unless she remembered that there was a cat walking around, and then her attention was very hard to refocus). She shared food and water and toys well, and didn't have any skittishness towards myself, boyfriend, or any friends.'
; *Return Notes* 10/25/16 'Very sweet; no behavioral problems but she is an escape artist.' Cosita wants t
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