Cara and Truman, Birdeye

Tuesday, November 25, 2014


Cara, a shepherd mix is about 35 lbs.

Crazy Cara, she's about to get in trouble fence fighting our neighbor

A good quality about Cara is that she's a
fast learner.  She's crate trained, leash
trained and knows a ton of obedience
commands. 

Truman, very smart, crate trained, leash trained and great
with kids, cats and other dogs.  A real keeper and pleaser
I'm proud of this photo of Biscuit (lower left), Cara,
ding-dong Buddy and Truman.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Well Chloe and I have these two new fosters.  Cara, a shepherd mix, is about 7 months old, heart worm negative, vetted and ready for a home.  She's very smart, we've crate and leash trained her.  I'm not sure she can go to a home with cats but we're working on that.

Truman, a terrier mix, is about 6 months old and is a pleaser big time.  He loves to listen and learn.  He's leash and crate trained and is ok with cats, kids and other dogs.

Both are ready for a home and I'm 99% sure they'll be house trained since they choose to use it outside the kennel run.

Spay/Neuter people, it's not only good for the health of your pet but it's good for your community.  Some quick facts:















Think about these facts before allowing your pet to have "just one litter" of puppies or kittens!
  • One female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in six years! One cat and her young can produce 420,000 kittens during the same time frame.
  • For every human born, there are 7 puppies and kittens born.
  • An estimated 6 to 8 million dogs and cats are euthanized in shelters each year. That's about 55 percent of the animals entering shelters, based on reports from the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy.

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