Taco is so sweet. Loves tomatoes and all veggies. Loves a good belly rub. He is very playful, he loves to play with his siblings (human and dog).
Ruby is playful. She is kind and plays great with kids and with her siblings. She loves to sun bathe. She loves bones but would prefer a good shoe.
Hevito is playful. He loves all the attention and will make sure you hear him. He does not like it when they take his toy, so he will cry. Was very well behaved when getting groomed.
Storm is a very loving sweet girl. She is gentle and loves snuggles. She doesn’t shed. Doesn’t chew on any household items but will jump on the bed to snuggle her human, approaches all new encounters, be it human or animal, initially with trepidation although with time/proper introduction; loves kids and people of all ages. She is a great alert dog and takes this job very seriously. So she will bark at everyone ringing or even approaching the door. She is a bred hunter and will chase chickens rats birds though she prefers catch and release I’ve never seen her cause any harm to any living thing though I wouldn’t grant any pet mice gerbil Guinea pigs etc too close proximity to her. She bark ps loudly which startles people, but she is all bark. Has never hurt anyone. She is extremely eager to please and impress; making her the best at following and learning commands of all difficulties. She’s not a flight risk nor an overly rambunctious pet.
I am about to be the mom of two children under the age of two by way and a teenager by way C-section . Sadly this means I won’t be able to provide Storm with the proper and deserved attention or care I’m open to permanently rehoming her or finding foster
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