Jazz - 8 year old Labrador Mix, around 75 pounds, Female, Spayed.
Boots - 6 year old American Staffordshire Mix, around 65 pounds, Neutered.
"Hello! Jazz and Boots here, reporting for duty! We love patrolling the back yard, and making sure our perimeter is secure and free of squirrels, birds, and any other unsavory looking furry (and non-furry) characters. We sure love having nice couches and beds to lay on, and would never, EVER think about having an accident inside (gross!). We enjoy hanging out, and are past most of the puppy antics that those younger dogs have. In fact, if you had some kids (or grandkids), a nice fenced in backyard, and just some good food for us, I'm sure we'd get along just fine! Shoot, both of us even know all our basic commands, and do just fine in crates inside the house if you prefer! We want to be adopted together, since we have been together our whole lives. Our real mama took care of us for many years, but she got real sick, and had to take us to a shelter. We both think cats are FUN to CHASE, so we need to have a home without those furry felines. And, since we are pretty bonded, we would like a home without any other dogs to nose into our business, please. We think we are a perfect pair, and just need a family to love us and let us run around their backyard! We are sure hoping someone notices us!" -- Jazz and Boots
Both dogs are heartworm negative, spayed/neutered, UTD on vaccine, UTD on monthly flea/tick/heartworm preventatives, and microchipped prior to adoption. Vet references, personal references, and home visits may be required prior to adoption. The COMBINED ADOPTION FEE for both dogs is $300, which includes vetting and transport. YOU MUST FOLLOW THIS LINK if you'd like to find out more information about our adoption procedure or to apply for this dog, http://poochesonthemove.net/paws-of-valor/. You may also e-mail us at email@example.com to request an adoption application. We look forward to talking to you soon!
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