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In shelter Dog

Jefferson, WI, 53549
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CAMERON: 5 months old, spayed female hound mix, sweet and friendly personality, medium/high energy level, needs training, loves people and other dogs, approved for respectful children of all ages.

Im a 5 month old girl with a super sweet disposition. I have a friendly and playful personality and I crave attention. I love people and other dogs and my favorite activities include being held and playing with stuffed toys. I have lots of puppy energy and will need daily exercise, not just while Im a baby but throughout my lifetime. Like every puppy, I will need help with potty training. (The best training consists of praise and positive reinforcement and never punishment. After all, you wouldnt punish a baby human for having potty accidents!). I will benefit immensely from puppy classes so I can learn basic manners and how to follow commands. I am approved for respectful children of all ages and Im looking for an adopter whose schedule gives them plenty of time to raise and train an active puppy!

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