First, and foremost..read this as most all of the information we have on this animal is what we know.
Second, if the animal is listed they are available but we could be entertaining applications for the perfect fit.
Third, if you do not send in an inquiry from here and try to reach us another way, we will entertain those that go through here first.
Last but most important, applicants must include a phone number, any without, will go to the back of the line.
Thank you for your interest.
We saw post about a couple of dogs that were urgent because their owners son had been attacked by another dog on his way home from school... these 2 dogs had nothing to do with the attack, Sadly though it was Shakira and her son Shaggy that had to find a new place to live because the son was now terrified to be around his own dogs. These babies are small, theyre on the 30 to 40 pound range and they are about 2 years old and about 8 months old.
Shaggy is the son and would love them to go together.
They are predominantly crate trained they do take a few minutes to get to know somebody but as soon as they do they are like Velcro and love to hug and snuggle they are good with kids they are child that was attacked by a different dog was about 10 years old so they were good with him.
We have waited to post them up to pet finder because we were hopeful that the therapist would recommend the son being able to meet up with his old dogs again. To help with the fear and trauma.. however that isnt going to work out.
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