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Shelter Available Dogs
KINDERGARTENER: “I am a youngster through and through! I need someone to teach me about being the best me I can be. I might act rowdy sometimes, but don’t give up on me. I need you to help me realize my full potential!” *Knows basic commands *Loves Toys *Loves Treats *Active/Athletic *Good with other dogs *Walks well on a leash *Needs Training *Affectionate
511 West 3900 South, Salt Lake City, Utah
Barnaby is a special guy in search of a very special adopter. Someone willing to be his eyes and ears when out in the great big world and his snuggle buddy at home. Barnaby is deaf and blind, but he doesn’t let that slow him down even a little bit. Nor does it slow down his tail, which is always wagging! He’s a unique spirit with a great attitude that’s contagious.
615 Forest Ave, Pacific Grove, California
Male & Female
Duke is an English Springer Spaniel and Australian Sheperd mix. Duke is the other half of Daisy’s heart, but he will steal all of yours. They are a pair of bookends for the story you will write about them. Since they are a bonded pair, one adoption fee covers both of these beauties. He is crate trained, which will go a long way in the overall curriculum. Duke will be happy to meet you and fill you in on the rest of the story. He is ready to find that happy ending for himself and his lovely precious Daisy.
P.O. Box 2114, Littlerock, CA 93543 Palmdale, California
Shelter Recent Adoptions
These dogs are in their Forever Home