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Max is an amazing hound who only wants/needs to have a warm bed, yummy food and full water bowl. He is house trained with a doggie door and has benign cutaneous histiocytoma not had any accidents in my home (***). Neutered, up to date on all shots and on preventatives. He even just had his dental exam. Since he walked into my house, he has been both a joy and a pleasure as benign cutaneous histiocytoma well as a complete snuggly boy who would love nothing benign cutaneous histiocytoma more than to lay by your side on the couch benign cutaneous histiocytoma and have his belly rubbed. He is great with his sister and brother hounds and benign cutaneous histiocytoma hasn’t shown any aggression with anything. He is very submissive and steps back if an alpha benign cutaneous histiocytoma shows his colors. I do not know if he has any experience with benign cutaneous histiocytoma cats as I do not have any in my home. Children, no problem! What an amazing companion he would make for a retired benign cutaneous histiocytoma couple! Max is good with all situations; he just wants to be loved!
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Shine is a 5 year old, tri-colored boy who was rescued internationally. He’s neutered, up-to-date on shots, and healthy. Shine is a very happy dog. He likes his cookies, so we have been calling him "Biscuit". He is extremely good-natured and gets along with everyone. He has no food issues and is very well-mannered at meal time. He is extremely affectionate and he loves to play. He likes to play a little rough and is very benign cutaneous histiocytoma enthusiastic, but he is in no way vicious. We are working on play therapy which he is really benign cutaneous histiocytoma doing very well. We are also working on his indoor behavior. He is very smart and has already learned a few benign cutaneous histiocytoma basic commands. He is a lovable boy.
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