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In shelter Dog

Ephrata, WA, 98823
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
This girl is the only one in her litter (so far) whose ears stick up like her mom and dad. Henley is the most docile of her sisters and is very gentle. She seeks attention like any puppy, but she is calm about it (As calm as puppies can get, of course). Henley already loves to play fetch, and she cuddles her body up close to yours when she snuggles. This is one sweet girl. 

Because of her breed and size, Henley will need a large area to exercise regularly and plenty of mental stimulation to keep her engaged. Crate use should be kept to a minimum - such as sleep time, traveling, etc. A home with a yard that is accessible to her is necessary; please do not apply if you live in an apartment complex without access to a yard.

Please, only apply if you can give Henley a fur-ever home.

If you are interested in adopting Henley, you must fill out an application first. You can go to to complete one, or message us here and we will email you a copy.

You must fill out and submit an application to even be considered for a meet and greet. We do require references. Thank you!

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