Kobie, just 4 years old, and Zoey, almost 5, need a new forever home or foster immediately. Their owner is moving in a week due to life changes and can no longer care for these two bonded sweeties who have been loved and well cared for. Zoey is a dapple doxie/min pin, spayed, up to date with vaccinations, dental cleaning in 2015 and weighs 12 pounds. This little girl is crate/leash/potty trained and loves people! She is friendly, happy, outgoing and sweet. She has an “alpha” personality, gets along with other dogs, no small critters as she has a high prey drive, used to a fenced yard and sleeping in the big bed. Zoey loves to 'talk' a lot! It sounds like a soft growl but she is simply expressing herself!
Kobie is a red smooth doxie/chihuahua, neutered, up to date with vaccinations, dental cleaning in 2015 and weighs 18 pounds (with having a few extra pounds
to shed, Kobie is on a summer diet and doing well)! Mistreated with past trauma before his current home, he remains afraid of crates, bathroom, collars and car rides. Despite this, Kobie did not give up on humans and is very friendly, happy, a people pleaser, loves to play ball, gets along with other dog, no small critters as he has a high prey drive. He is potty and dog door trained, used to having a fenced yard and sleeping in the big bed. Sadly, and through no fault of their own, Zoey is on her 4th owner, and Kobie, his 3rd. We are looking for a foster/forever who has breed experience, positive reward training knowledge, devotion and a home without children. IT’S TIME TO END this sad cycle of many transitions and give these two sweethearts their final FOREVER home.
Kobie and Zoey are located in Central Oregon
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