Emma and Gin;
between 1 and two years old.
They were picked up after they got into someone's goat pen. Though they never tried to harm the goat the farmers did not want the dogs hanging around. They tried asking neighbors if the dogs belonged to anyone, but no one knew where they had come from so they were brought to the shelter. Emma is a little shy. You can pet her and carry her with no issues. She also did amazing during her medical exam. Emma weighs 43lbs and it is possible she is a "pup" of Gin's, who weighs 44 lbs. Gin is a very active girl who is highly food motivated! She walks great on a leash and loves to run around. She seems to have worked at some point and loves doing it! Emma would not walk on a leash so she had to be carried outside, but once back with Gin outside she really began to open up. We have been told Gin looks a lot like a Texas Heeler. No matter what their breed they have herding instincts and would love a huge farm to run on. She really needs to be placed in the right place. Because she does so well with Gin around we are hoping they can be placed together
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