Description: Coco Cinnamon is a lovely (cinnamony!) brown with a cheerful, curious look on her face, and a graceful tail that curves up over her back, ready to wag.
Personality: Coco Cinnamon is cheerful, friendly, and energetic. She loves to go for walks and to play in the fenced yard, perhaps chasing a ball around and batting it with her paws or shaking a rope toy and playing tug-of-war. Coco also loves her crate and goes to it when she is ready for some rest and quiet. She likes treats and concentrates hard to figure out what you want her to do to get one -- she is learning to come and to sit -- and then takes her reward gently. Coco is housetrained, and has been delightful and affectionate with the assorted kids (ages 2-10) who are in and out of her foster home. She enjoys riding in the car and thunderstorms don't seem to bother her.
Animal History: Coco Cinnamon was surrendered to a shelter in a rural part of North Carolina.
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