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; * VOLUNTEER NOTES* 12/4/16- Pocus is a lovable sweetie. She loves kisses and will jump up when you first greet her to kiss your face, but calms down once the initial excitement wears off. I took her on a hike and she was very well behaved - dog friendly, didn't pull too much, and didn't resist when pulled away when she stopped to smell. She still acts like a puppy but will sit for treats and wants to please. She does get a bit anxious in the car but other than the occasional whine, behaves very well.'; ; *Foster Report* 11/19/16 'Pocus likes chew toys. Likes to be with people a lot of the time. Enjoys sitting on a cushion or cozy place. Needs to go to the bathroom about an hour after she eats. Must take her medicine twice a day. She is great around people, very friendly- gives lots of kisses. Pocus is a small chocolate lab mix. She enjoys going on walks, going to the dog park and playing with her toys. She is usually good on the leash and naps often during the day. She is very friendly when she meets new dogs, children and adults. She does well lounging in her crate. At times, she can get over excited when she sees other dogs. Pocus would be a great companion and addition to your family. She enjoys spending time with her owners.'; ; *Adoption fee $400*
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