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Tango

Tango was born June 2nd 2023

We have had him since he was 8 weeks old and unfortunately he does not get along with our 5 year old son.

Tango needs a home free of small children and room to run. He loves a good chew toy and a cuddle.

He has basic obedience mastered and is crate trained. He will not use a crate if he has to duck through the door.

He was just neutered 3 weeks ago.

Dakota

Dakota is full of personality and a well loved dog, so please only inquire if you’re ready to love care for him well. Sadly, due to health issues, we have made the hard decision to find a home that is better suited to meeting our dog’s needs. Dakota’s strengths are: he is a happy dog, smart, responsive, great with people, incredibly healthy, great in the car, is not needy or clingy – just wants to share space with his people. Challenges: takes a long time to get introduced and acclimated to another dog, quite frightened by fireworks & thunder, not trustworthy around small critters. He gets taken on walks or runs and benefits from regular exercise, but be ready for excitability/barking when passing other dogs. He gets lots of compliments for being so handsome and he loves visiting with the kids on the playground. He doesn’t play with toys but likes a good bone. He has never destroyed furniture and is perfectly house trained, overall a good boy.

Nellie

Nellie is a very sweet loving dog. Unfortunately due to unseen events we do have to make the decision to rehome her. Nellie does currently live in a house with cats but have had shown behaviors of chasing the resident cats here. I think it would be best for Nellie to be in a cat free home.

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