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Successful Adoption Story – Ellie
We started right way with Obedience training and he was a star so we continued to AKC Good Citizen Certification and then AKC Novice Tricks. Practicing was his favorite part of the day! He began training for therapy dog, going into Rehabilitation facilities and Hospice and then Covid-19 came. We were not able to complete the training but Ellie eagerly continued the training at home.
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Due to the overwhelming response we will not be reviewing any more applications for Jesse for now. Thank you for your understanding.
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Meet BOOTS, a sweet 12-year-old senior looking to spend his golden years in a slow-paced loving home. BOOTS is a beautifully marked smooth coat Border Collie mix, weighing in at 49 pounds. He prefers to be near people, resting at your feet; loves to be petted; and enjoys your good conversation (if you happen to like to talk to your dogs!)
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Meet CODY! At 12-14 weeks, this happy little bundle has been such a pleasure to have in our home. We were a little worried that the older dogs would pick on him, but this little boy rules the roost. He isn’t afraid of the older bigger dogs and wants very much to engage in play with everyone he meets. His foster brothers are very tolerant of him stealing lap time and toys, but when he crosses a line and gets reprimanded by them, he sulks off quietly to go lie down and give them some space.