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Jasmine (BC/A)   

In shelter Dog

Cody, WY, 82414
Pet name:
Jasmine (BC/A)
Border Collie
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"Jasmine" is a very smart, loyal and loving 7 year old Border Collie/Australian mix who has been very loved and well taken care of.  She is spayed, current on her vaccinations and needs to find a new home due to the health of her owner who can no longer fulfill her needs.  As a result "Jasmine" has been in foster care for the past 4 months.  She is one of the most well-mannered, eager to please, smartest, most sensitive little girl weve ever met!

"Jasmine" is nicely house trained, walks great on a leash, loves to watch TV (especially if there are animals), loves to go for rides even though she gets nervous and excited and thinks playing frisbee is the most wonderful form of exercise ever!  "Jasmine" wants to be the Queen of the household and she does OK with some dogs, but usually only larger males that she cannot intimidate.

"Jasmine" is listed with "special needs" as she is deathly afraid of loud noises such as gun fire, firecrackers and  thunderstorms.  She has drugs that calm her if administered in time and we are going to try her with a Thundershirt.

If you are interested in meeting "Jasmine" she is being fostered here in Cody.  Email for an application to adopt that can be filled out online or in person.  This little girl would be the perfect companion for a retired person who would enjoy having a full-time friend.  Her adoption fee is $200 which includes her medical records, food, crate, beds and supplies if you so desire.

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