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Flash (Bonded with Scooter)   

In shelter Dog

Fruitland, Maryland, 21826
Pet name:
Flash (Bonded with Scooter)
Coat length:
Things To Know About Flash and Scooter:

They must be adopted within 250 miles of Metropolitan Washington, DC area

They must have a fenced yard

They must stay on specialized diets 

Hi. I am Flash and my brother is Scooter. We are two spunky, lively 3-year old litter-mates and we are looking for our fur-ever home.

We have never lived apart, so you must be willing to adopt both of us, but don’t worry because we will provide double the love. We love running around the fenced yard at our foster home. That's way better than walking on a leash. My brother, Scooter, wants to spend lots of time in your lap when he isn’t busy in the yard. I personally love being held and petted. 

We do well with men, women and children, but we need to be introduced slowly to new dogs as we haven’t been around a lot of other dogs.

We are both crate trained and house trained as long as you are available to let us out routinely. We need our new family to help us improve our leash manners because no one ever taught us leash manners, but I am sure we can learn.

For additional information please contact my foster mom Lorrie ( 

The adoption fee for Flash and Scooter is $550. If they are adopted over a state line there will be a $45.00 charge (for each dog) for a health certificate (required by law). 

Transportation Help: If you see a furbaby that is a match for your family, don’t let distance stand in the way of your adoption. LPDR can work with you to have a volunteer transport to assist with transportation. 



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