Cookie is an easy dog with no issues. She will wrestle and play with other dogs and then instantly melt into your arms and fall asleep when you pick her up. Named Cookie because of her sweetness and coat the color of a sugar cookie, she loves walks and is great on a leash. Before being rescued, she was used for breeding due to her attractive qualities desired in the breed, such as her walrus like teeth. She is not yippee and her foster mother reports that she has never heard her bark, even when the other foster dogs do, she does not join in.
Cookie is in good health with the vet stating, "She has a nice, slow heartbeat!" She is the perfect match to Otis, her breeding partner who was rescued with her. They are so bonded, they will only be adopted to someone looking for a pair. The two wrestle and play all day so an owner doesn't have to worry while away from the home as the pair keeps each other from being lonely. Please check out Otis and consider if this is the pair you have been looking for.
Interested adopters, please call Mary Ann at (949) 218-3755 or email her at email@example.com
Their adoption fee is $295 for the first one and $150 on sweet Otis; her Romeo:)
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