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Marshall & Macklemore

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About

Age

0-1 Year

Gender

Male

Size

Medium (20-40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Dogs
  • Older Children (12+)

Spayed/Neutered

No

Current on Vaccines

Unknown

Specialized Care

  • None

Location

Dayton, OH

Biography

I found both dogs together on 02/05/2024 outside of my local dog park. The younger of the two seems to be about 4 months and the other about a year. They were emaciated and smelled like skunk. It seems as if they were neglected in their past situation and I am not sure of how to properly work around some of their issues. They have been sleeping in crates without any accidents. They are both very sweet and get along well with my young male dog. It seems like they might have some separation anxiety and do not like to be left alone. They've met about 6 people without any issues in the two days I've had them. The older of the two was a little weary of the man he met but quickly warmed up.

They both love to cuddle.

They are very clearly bonded but I believe they are still young enough to be separated if needed.

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