Nena and Midnight - We have a pair looking for a home together, pictures here are of Nena, but don't forget to checkout Midnight. They are both potty trained but prefer to go outside to do their business and crate trained together. They are so bonded that they need to stay together. They enjoy playing with the other dogs and don’t mind the cats in the house. Nena and Midnight don't like being taken out of their kennel but if you call them, they will come out. Midnight also watches Nena and wants to follow her wherever she goes. They both get along with everyone and children over the age of 6 years old. Both of these girls love playing outside with each other and the other dogs. Once they get to know you, they are total cuddle bugs and want all of your love or just sit next to you. Both girls are great on a leash and enjoy going for walks. They are waiting for their forever new home.
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Bring pictures of your yard to show secure fencing. Most of our dogs require a 6 foot fenced yard. Yards must be cleared of any fox tail weeds.
We do adopt small dogs to apartments or condo and need to see pictures of the patio or balcony area. If you rent, please bring copy of your lease to show you can have pets and any size restrictions.
We do not adopt to homes with children under the age of five unless we know the history of the dog with young children. All Children MUST be present at adoption.
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