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What can I say about Mason and Riley? I really love these two. They are super sweet pups who love love and are super affectionate...that's actually why I'm hoping to find them a better home. Over the past few years with the birth of our daughter, moving, job changes...we spend no time with them...I end up feeling guilty every time I look at them because I know they are love starved and deserve so much better. I'll really miss them but I'll be happy if I can find them a home where they are the center of attention again. If you or anyone you know is looking to add two loving and beautiful beagles to their family, these two have all their shots, are crate trained, come with an attractive furniture style crate, a wire crate, bowls, leashes, collars, and are free to a good home. Please contact Chris at email@example.com.
Meet sweet Ivy.
firstname.lastname@example.org, or text to 569-2863.
My name is Cody.
I am an American Bulldog. I am four years old and I weigh 72 pounds.
AND I want you to know I am Handsome! When you see my picture you will agree.
My coat is white with little black spots; I also wear a black mask on the right side of my face. But I’m not a pirate!
I don’t know how I got to the playground of the Elementary school, but I am so fortunate that I did. It was 7:30 A.M., and becoming a hot day, when this nice lady found me. She took me to a neighbor across from the school who took me into her house, and fed me some really good food. I was hungry! It was cool in the house, and for the first time in a few days I felt safe, so I took a nap!
She introduced me her husband, their two Chihuahuas and the yellow tabby cat! I have been part of the family and I have been living with them in their house and now it is time for me to find a forever home! I have had all of my vaccines, Rabies, Parvo, Bordetella, and Lepto, found that I am Heartworm Negative and I am micro chipped, neutered and healthy! I am also parasite free! I am a good boy and housebroken. I really enjoy to be groomed, bathed and brushed.
I love wandering in the big back yard, but most of all I enjoy living in the house. I prefer a home where I will be the only pet. I need someone to play with me, exercise me and I love to ride in the car. I walk well on a leash!
Can have a great future together?
Home phone: 713-462-0996
email@example.com or call 512-775-1696 after 6:00 p.m.
These two belonged to a neighbor who had to move earlier this year. We took them in as fosters in order to keep them out of a shelter. They are looking for a new permanent home. Nathan is a rot-mix about 3 years old. Girl is a pit-mix about 2 years old. Both are fixed and in excellent health. Both grew up together around children. Girl is the more outgoing of the two. She would benefit from having a running/hiking partner. So if you are the active type she would be a good fit for you. Nathan on the other hand is more laid back and likes to hang out in front of the tv laying on the carpet. I will be happy to arrange meet and greets if you are interested in either dog. Email Khari at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or call 254-493-9894.