Neecy is my name and my best friend is Aria. We are losing our home because mommy is in the hospital very ill. We urgently need a place to go! We are really sad that this is happening but we must find a place... FAST!
My best friend is Aria and we really want to stay together! I am about six years old. I am a chill happy girl! We are both crate trained. All you have to do is say, 'go to your house' and we will go! If you leave, I must be in my crate because I will potty in the house to spite you for leaving me, otherwise, I'm perfectly housebroken. We will both even 'sit'... most of the time. :)
I'm great on a leash and Aria is pretty good on one. I love water! I can swim all day long. Aria, on the other hand, hates it. She will run back in the house if the sprinkler goes on. I don't know what's wrong with her. I need to be fed separately because one in a great while, I like to protect my food. We both do great with other dogs and kitties.
Would you please open your heart and home to us!
Love, Neecy & Aria
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