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If Petunia could only speak a few words, they'd be "Are you going to eat that?!" Petunia is a first-class chowhound with enough charm, you may actually be willing to hand over your lunch! Petunia was saved from a very high-kill city pound because a girl with this much personality just had to be given her second chance at life.
And Petunia hasn't skipped a beat. She's a happy-go-lucky girl whose motto is "Seize the day!" She's being fostered in a home with other dogs who she loves playing with: Chase Me or Chase You -- it doesn't matter to Petunia as long as it involves Fun. She attempts "Fetch" but the truth is, "Keep Away" is just as fun for her. She loves toys, and if no one is up for playing, she'll toss them around herself -- she's just grateful to be alive and doesn't want to waste a minute. And she's always at the ready: her recall is incredible, and she is always happy to get love and attention. Petunia has been a friend to all the dogs at her foster house, but the cats are a bit too much fun to chase but she has learned respect of The Claw, so we advise either a home without cats or with cats who don't mind helping to "train" her. She has not been around small children but would be a great friend to teens who won't mind when she jumps up to greet them when they come home.
Petunia is about 3 years old, nicely past the puppy stage, she weighs about 40 pounds and she's a very healthy girl. We have no idea what her true mix is, but we can guarantee if the AKC ever chooses to recognize "The Chowhound" as a registered breed, she'll be the breed standard!! If you have a few extra cookies, please visit www.pinkshelter.org for more information about the adoption process or click here for our online application. Full vetting and spay included in her $350 adoption fee. Transport fee is additional $140. IF YOU HAVE AOL or YAHOO PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FILE FOR OUR RESPONSE
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