ADORABLE, SWEET ROSITA AND HER SISTER MOLLY. They arrived before Easter and are so sweet.They are sisters who love each other. They are very pretty, larger size gals around 70 pounds. Approx 3 years young. Labrador Staffordshire mixes that have endured the Covid Lockdown, the hot summer temperatures of 114 degrees, they have learned to walk on leashes and super love the trails and wish to see the world.
They have endured the recent power outages, Winter thunder snow storm and would love a place by the fire, their own home, walks on the beach, trails and to have a loving family or person of their own. They should like a house with a back yard to enjoy life.
Rescued from Stanislaus shelter in Fresno.
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We have put them with several dogs and she is always great tempered with them.
They are so easy and SWEET, fun, beautiful, will absolutely love adventures, and looking for their new best and forever family. They want to live life, full of travel, friends, the beach, camping and fun times! They have the potential to be all you are looking for in your forever family companion!
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