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Piper, if Piper could talk Im sure she would have stories to tell us. See Piper came off of a hoarding situation. Where dogs were allowed to roam, mate, have babies and repeat. We dont think Piper ever had babies but we are unsure.
We are unsure of her breed as there are all kinds of dogs out there, we do see she has husky in her with her two different eyes. But there are lab, rott, pit and a few other breeds out there. She could be a wide mix of anything.
Piper has settled in real fast here. She comes when she is called, she is out in the dog yard and plays and plays well. She comes in and crashes. Repeat.
We believe Piper is 1 years old or close to one years old, there is still puppy in her. We have not seen her chew stuff, but its more being playful.
Honestly dispute of her back ground she is a very awesome dog. She is in foster care with many other dogs, including a few that came off this site. She is housed with cats. I do not have small children.
****UPDATE**** So Piper went on a trial run as possibly being adopted. And she was returned. The whole situation was great and we thought we found her forever home. But the possible adopters report back that she probably needs to be the only dog in the house. As she needs to be top dog and will nip at the other dogs if she is not getting the attention she needs. They also reported she was trying to chase their cats. At rescue she is housed with cats and we have not seen this. But I need to mention she probably is best as an only pet in a house. Or a dog where she is top dog and the other dog doesnt give a flip.
Piper is now spayed, microchipped, vaccines. Pipers adoption fee is $300.00 She is over the 50 pound mark and probably not fully grown.
For an application please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org please tell me a bit about yourself and about your fenced in yard.
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