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Cocoa Puff   

In shelter Dog

Walnut Creek, CA, 94598
Pet name:
Cocoa Puff
One-year-old Cocoa Puff has it all! Not only does she have a sparkling sweet and loving personality, but she is also a bunch of fun! She loves to play with other dogs, and you can often find her in her condo being very cute and squeaking her squeaky toys. She loves to spend time with people above all, and would love to cuddle. Shes a foodie and a good listener, so she will love to learn fun tricks for treats and affection. She charms everyone she meets, and has been described as a fun gal with a wiggle butt as well as an absolute cutie patootie! She cant wait to meet you and become part of your forever family! She currently weighs 49 pounds.Cocoa Puffs adopter must be at least 18 years old with valid state-issued identification. ARF encourages family members to participate in the adoption process, especially children and family dogs. Please visit ARFs website for information on adoption and to view more cute canines.

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