Meet Dolly: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Meet Dolly: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. These dogs are often ones that are having a harder time than others finding the perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Dolly find her ‘fur-ever’ home!

View Dolly’s profile on Wags & Whiskers

Oh my goodness. Beagle crossed with a pitty!? Total cuteness. Turns out Dolly is more than just cute, though. She’s pretty much an amazing sidekick! She is a chill girl who loves going on walks and is one of those dogs that is so trustworthy that she doesn’t even need to be crated (although she won’t fuss if you do crate her). She is back at her ideal weight after having one too many cupcakes with her previous owner, so she may need some help avoiding all the tempting sweets (don’t we all), but that’s really the only challenge this girl is going to bring to you!

Quick Facts!

~8 years old | pit bull/beagle mix | house and crate trained | great with dogs | shy with new people | great walking companion!

From Dolly herself:

“Hi, my name is Dolly. These really nice people think I was born in about 2005/2006. For the first few years of my life, I lived outside in a kennel.  I wasn’t treated very nice and was never really shown love.  I came to Wags & Whiskers rescue about 3 years ago.  I learned how to live in a house with people.  I did get adopted to a very nice lady about 2 years ago and she really did love me.  In fact, she spoiled me rotten.  But, she got really sick and couldn’t take care of me anymore, so now I am back to my old foster mom’s house.

Now, I am going to be honest here, I did come back to the rescue overweight.  But my foster mom put me on a diet and we go on lots of walks!  I am back down to a perfect weight and I feel so much better! I am 100% house trained.  I am also kennel trained.  I do not have to be kenneled anymore though because I am a very good girl.  I love going on walks, did I say that already?!  I hope I can continue that with my new family.  I also get along great with other dogs and probably would do better with another one in the home!  I am still shy in new situations and meeting new people.  I just get a little nervous and shake.

I think I’d do best in a less active home, with not that much commotion.  What I would like in my new forever home is a fenced-in yard.  It’s not required, but I can’t be trusted off leash because I have a hound nose and I might get carried away. All I really want is a family that will promise to take me out on walks! I also need my family to help me watch my weight.  What can I say, this girl likes her food!  I also love to cuddle on the couch and give lots of kisses.  Foster mom says I give the best kisses in the world.  If you think I might be a good match for you, fill out an application.  Then my foster mom will contact you and can answer anymore questions you might have!” XO ~ Dolly

If you are interested in meeting Dolly, please visit and fill out an adoption application.

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Meet Vala: Adoptable Dog of the Week


Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. These dogs are often ones that are having a harder time than others finding the perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Vala find her ‘fur-ever’ home!

View Vala’s profile on Wags & Whiskers

Quick Facts:

5 years old | Potty & Crate Trained | Dog Friendly | Kid friendly | Does great on leash | Knows basic commands

Vala has been in rescue for OVER TWO YEARS people! That’s longer than we’ve had Lola. That makes my heart hurt.

Well if you’re looking for a dog that is totally over all that puppy-biz, Vala’s your girl!

She was born in December of 2009. She won’t chew your shoes, pee on your floor or complain about going in her crate. Already sounding pretty good, huh!?

Are you looking for a dog that already has some obedience training? That’s Vala! She knows how to sit, shake and lay down. Vala wants you to know that she is very smart and eager to learn more!

And it gets even better. Looking for a walking partner? Vala does excellent on a leash and would love to accompany you for a stroll. Are you looking for a playful dog who also wants to cuddle? Vala is great at both!

Likes to cuddle? Check! Dog friendly? Check! Does well with kids? Check! Can totally rock a tutu? Check!

If you are interested in meeting any of animals that are currently up for adoption, please visit the Wags & Whiskers website at or email wagswhiskersmn{at}

Meet Princess: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Meet Princess: Adoptable Dog of the Week on

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Ginger find her ‘fur-ever’ home!

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 ~3 years old | great with kids & cats | would prefer to be an only dog | house trained & knows basic commands

Princess is a gorgeous, playful pittie mix who was born August 2011. However, she has been in rescue for far too long and deserves a family to call her own! By sharing, we can really help her out.

A little more about Princess:

She is very playful and very willing to cuddle and show affection towards her humans!

She is very energetic yet agile; she loves to play on the jungle gym and trampoline with the kids.  While she does get along amazingly with kids and even cats, Princess needs to be an only dog. Do you know someone who might be interested in Princess?

If you are interested in meeting Princess, please fill out an application on or use the contact form on their website.

Meet Oxford: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Meet Oxford: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Ya’ll know I’m a sucker for a brindle and look at this guy! Oxford is stunning. Those eyes remind me of Mama Emma’s…

Not really sure why Oxford has been waiting forever for his home but he has and that’s why we’re stepping in to give this guy a turbo boost in *hopefully* exposing him to his ‘furever’ family.

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Oxford find his ‘fur-ever’ home!

View Oxford’s profile on Wags & Whiskers

UPDATE: Oxford has been adopted as of May 2014!

Male Pit Bull | Good with dogs & cats | House and Crate trained | Best with older/respectful children | Knows lots of commands and tricks!

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A little more about Oxford:

“Hello!  My name is Oxford, but you already know this much. The name fits me very well since I am nothing but a sophisticated and very handsome gentleman! I really enjoy going on my daily walks, playing with my foster brothers (a great dane and a pit bull), playing fetch, playing with toys and bones and snuggling with my foster family!

I know a lot of fun tricks including sit, shake, lay down, roll over, stay, high five, and I keep learning daily!  I am house trained and crate trained.

While I do not live with children on a daily basis, the neighborhood children I meet on a daily basis I am very respectful to.  I really enjoy the children who like to give me treats and rub my belly but I should go to a home with children 13 or older!

I would LOVE to become a part of your family if you would give me a chance.  I promise to love you unconditionally and give you puppy tail wags and kisses daily!!

If you are interested in meeting Oxford, please fill out an application on or use the contact form on their website.

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Ginger: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Ginger - Adoptable Dog of the Week -

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Ginger find her ‘fur-ever’ home!

View Ginger’s profile on Wags & Whiskers

I know Ginger isn’t a “bully breed” but Ginger needs our help. She needs a family that is willing to work with her little quirks. She’s not a bad dog, she just needs patience, persistence and a caring family. Her past is unknown but it has somehow affected her. She is great with other dogs and cats and would really like a cuddle buddy! It’s people that she is uncertain of. Strangers are questionable to her and even a simple body movement is scary to her. Read more about Ginger below…

GSD/Belgian Shepherd Malinois| 2 yrs old | crate & house trained | Good with dogs & cats | Fearful of new people

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From the foster:

“Ginger has a medium energy level Ginger is not demanding of your time or attention and would be perfectly happy chewing on her Nyla bones and sniffing around the yard all day.  She can be convinced to chase a few balls (especially if it is a big Jolly Ball) in the yard but is also content to chase bugs.  One of her favorite games is Tug and she gets so pleased with herself if she can convince someone to play.  Ginger loves to wrestle with other dogs, play chase, and would love to find a dog who lets her snuggle with them.  She is also very well behaved with cats.  Ginger would do best in a fenced yard with a high privacy fence as she can get over short chain link fences.

Besides an hour or so of play time and regular exercise, this big lover is content lounging with you or other animals for the day and responds well to your energy level.  Ginger also rides well in the car and will look out the window or lay down for a snooze.  She is kenneled when the foster family is away from the house and like most dogs, needs to be supervised to make sure she isn’t getting into anything she shouldn’t when she is out of her kennel.

The most wonderful and special thing about Ginger is how incredibly sweet and loyal she is.  With Ginger, there is never a question if she likes you because her love and devotion for you are displayed so openly.  Every time you return to the house she greets you like she hasn’t seen you for months and is so grateful you returned to her.  When sitting on her level she buries her head into you for ear scratches and will sometimes end up sprawled across your lap or at the very least with her head somehow resting on you as she falls asleep.

Ginger has both food allergies and environmental allergies.  She does great on Natural Balance Grain Free formula and her other allergies are beginning to get under control after seeing an allergy specialist.  She will need shots every month and possible medications when her allergies flare up.

Unfortunately we don’t know everything about Ginger’s past.  At 2 years old, she is very fearful of strangers and can have a hard time in new situations appearing aggressive.  She shows her fear by barking, and because she is a big dog, it’s a big bark.  Ginger doesn’t hide and cower but instead lunges and barks to signal to people that she wants them to go away.  She should never be off leash or loose around strangers.

She needs an especially dog savvy owner who can continue working with her reactive behavior to strangers and understand that it is not a behavior that goes away overnight. Before Ginger is comfortable with you even simple body movements seem scary and threatening to her.  Ginger will need a companion committed to working with her in training classes and being conscientious of what she needs in new situations and when meeting new people.  Ginger usually needs multiple meetings with a new person before she feels comfortable around them and may need a dozen or so meetings before they can even approach her or allow her to be off leash.

Ginger has met with a veterinary behaviorist and will be going on anti anxiety medication in combination with intensive training to hopefully help her overcome some of her fear.  This regimen began January 2014.

Ginger has not spent a lot of time around children but from what is known about her a home with children 14+ would be best.

When using a halti collar on walks Ginger walks nicely at your side.  With avoidance of other people and always being aware of triggers, Ginger is doing a better job on walks.  She is not capable of walking in a park or sharing a sidewalk with other people (it is still too scary).  At this time a crowded public park or dog park will be too much for Ginger and she should not attend either.  She does best getting her exercise and socialization at her current doggy daycare (Dog Days in St. Paul), playtime in the yard, and walks in a quiet neighborhood.

Ginger isn’t perfect, but once you meet her, and she has the chance to trust you, she really is the most loving and wonderful dog in the world.  She has come such a long way but continues to wait for an adopter who is willing to embrace her behavioral imperfections, continue to work with her anxieties and show her the love that she will endlessly give to her owner every day.”

If you are interested in meeting Ginger, please fill out an application on or use the contact form on their website.

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Prada: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Prada - adoptable dog of the week via Wags & Whiskers - @lolathepitty

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Prada find her ‘fur-ever’ home!

View Prada’s profile on Wags & Whiskers

Prada’s story breaks my heart…She had been used primarily for breeding before being brought into rescue. Then in November or 2011, Wags & Whiskers brought in Prada and her ELEVEN puppies. All of her puppies are now grown up and have been in their forever homes for some time, but Prada is still waiting. It’s now 2014 – that is an awful long time to wait. Let’s help this sweetheart’s perfect family find her.

Prada | 3 years old | House trained | would make a great running partner! | friendly with other dogs (but gets too excited sometimes)

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From the foster:

“My name is Prada Jane, but I also have the name PJ, Peej, Prada J, Prodigy and the list goes on.  If you call me any of these names, I will wiggle my butt and give you kisses if you let me!  I am a three-year-old pit bull and I have had a rough start to life, but I don’t let it get me down.  My previous owner used me for breeding. My most recent litter was 11 puppies and my owner got rid of all of us.

I am a happy ball of energy and I would do best in an experienced home where I can get lots of exercise. I would make a great running buddy! I know my basic commands and how to walk nicely on a leash.  I get along with other dogs, but sometimes I get a bit too excited.  I am just so happy to get to be a dog now.

I am still learning some of the joys of being a pet, and it makes me grin from ear to ear.  I would love it if you came to meet me and considered making me a part of your family. I promise to greet you with a wiggling butt and a wagging tongue ready to give you kisses.”

If you are interested in meeting Prada, please fill out an application on or use the contact form on their website.

Emma’s Journey

I’m sitting here with that same lump in my throat I had when our first foster dog, Weeser left. It’s been an eventful couple of weeks but I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. Emma left our home last night and went to stay with a whelping foster family.

(Read first >>> ‘an eventful week’ and ‘an eventful week continued’ to catch up to speed on this story.)

Since we found out last week that Emma or “Mama” was indeed pregnant (and an estimated 20 days away from having her puppies), the rescue and I have been reaching out to find a whelping foster. Meanwhile, I had grown so attached to Mama so I was also trying to see if we could somehow make it work to whelp Mama and her puppies ourselves. But ultimately I knew that I would have to recruit the help of several friends (yet to be determined), to help fill in the gaps of my schedule and then there was still that week that I was out of town…But I wanted to try. This could be a very rewarding and beautiful experience and one that doesn’t always come around.

I also questioned if the rescue would even be able to find another foster and if that foster would be willing to work with her. I did not want to risk her being ‘returned’ – too much moving around is not good for any dog, let alone one that is carrying a litter of puppies. I was getting to the point where I was beginning to prepare having her in our townhome until she and the puppies went to their ‘furever’ homes. I haven’t gone into too much detail about mama, besides that she is one of the most loving, precious and sweet dogs I have ever met. Truly. However, Mama is very timid and protective of that belly. She is a dog that needs very slow introductions. She has many traits which are indicative that she spent some time as a stray. It worked well with our dogs, but after several slow and controlled introductions. While she’s not aggressive, she is definitely not the type to run up and play with another dog. After all, she barely knows what a ball is and really doesn’t know how to play. She thought that Lola and Rio were fighting when they were wrestling and became obviously bothered.


(I have set up a fundraiser for mama Emma. Please consider donating to her YouCaring fundraiser.)

The first couple nights, she would lightly growl at Rio and Lola if they came into her ‘bubble’. She wouldn’t lunge, she would just warn. Lola knew and respected this and Rio quickly learned not to bother a pregnant mama! I was constantly working with her and we made so much progress in the two short weeks that she stayed with us. I had to show her that Lola and Rio are our friends and good dogs also. They were not there to hurt or harm her. And she slowly learned to trust them. Mama and Rio even played a quick game of tug until Rio chickened out after a play-growl, lol. Every single day meant progress and it was such an amazing thing to witness.


But every day also meant she was that much closer to having her pups and there’s no doubt that she was feeling it. Her belly grew bigger and rounder every time I saw her, or so it seemed. I knew that if a whelping foster was going to be taking over, it needed to happen fast. I did not want to be moving mama around the last week that she was expected to deliver. She needs time to settle into her new place and a family that is home enough to monitor her. She needed someone with this patience and understanding. I had to move my heart out of the way and do what was truly best for Mama and pups, who could give her the care that her and the newborn pups would need.

Then Sunday rolled around and I received a text message from the foster coordinator who said she had found a family who could take Emma. As soon as I was off work, I called the family and spoke with them on the phone for about 30 minutes – it was definitely a good sign. They came over to meet Mama that night and as expected, she was fairly shy but I was completely open with them about her “issues”. They were willing to do everything they had to and sounded like they would be able to give Mama and pups more care and attention that possible for us, as hard as it was. Had it been anyone who I had any doubts with, Mama would still be with us. So as rewarding of an experience this would have been for the human involved (me), I had to think about what would be best for Mama. After all, this is about the welfare of the dog, Mama…

Please consider donating to our YouCaring fundraiser where 100% of the donations will be used towards medical expenses and goods needed for Emma and her pups.

In the meantime, I’ll be curled up on the couch with Lola, Rio, a spoon and a jar of peanut butter. Or ice cream.


P.S. I will be visiting Mama (and the puppies!) and will continue to keep everyone updated. And who knows, we may even foster Mama once the pups are gone – we’ll see how the story unrolls. Thanks for all of your support.


An eventful week continued…

An eventful week continued - on pregnancy, heartworms & fostering | @lolathepitty

(read first —>>> an eventful week)

Let’s see…where did we leave off? Oh yes, we were still unsure if “mama” or Emma was pregnant and we had a rescue lined up for Rusty but he was still needing a foster after his vet visit.

We had a pretty quiet weekend with them and the schedule was kind of like this: sleep, eat, feed dogs, take two dogs out at a time to go potty, take dogs on walk or give them some exercise & repeat. Not like this is really any different than having two dogs, but it just takes more time.

Sunday, after work (I also have a part time waitressing job that I’ve had since college) we took Emma and Rusty for a long walk. They were both super out of shape, or so we thought. The seemingly short, one-mile or so walk transformed from them walking beside us, to them slowly falling behind us. Meanwhile Lola and Rio were romping around at Camp Bow Wow, a doggy daycare they go to when we both work long hours.

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Monday rolled around and I arranged to bring Rusty to a vet which is about 30 minutes away after I got home from work. I let Rusty and Mama say their goodbyes (okay, I know they have no idea what this is) and I myself was heartbroken. I hated separating these two. They were companions. But it was hard enough finding each of them a rescue to go to last minute let alone the same rescue with the same foster. And then you run into the issue down the road at the time of adoption, would the adopter take both of them?! The chances of them making it through all of that together, I knew, was going to be near impossible and we didn’t exactly have a lot of time on our hands.

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Turns out, Mama seems to be doing fine without Rusty, she’s just her normal self…sweet, a tad bit crabby but ever so loving and affectionate. She melts my heart.

Then comes Tuesday – I dropped Mama off at her vet appointment to get an x-ray to confirm whether she is pregnant or not. I was literally on the edge of my chair at work all day. I even called the vet’s office at lunch to see if they had seen her yet (she was a walk-in) and they informed me they had an emergency come in so they would be able to check her out in about an hour or two. I was desperately hoping that they would call and say, “Nope! She’s actually not pregnant, it’s just looking that way from a recent litter”. But that was not the case. Mama is pregnant. She is about 40 days in and it is unclear how many pups she is having.

I lost focus from everything I was working on. I was upset, I feel bad that she has to go through this, again…I know this can be a controversial subject, but I asked if the rescue ever does a gravid spay in these instances – they do not. Plus she is pretty far along. I contacted the foster coordinator and told her that we are unsure if we can take on the task of the whelping foster. She was aware of this when they agreed to take her in as their rescue animal and said she would start looking. It breaks my heart, I love this girl.

An eventful week continued - on pregnancy, heartworms & fostering | @lolathepitty

Wednesday rolls around and I check my email first thing in the morning only to find out that Rusty is heartworm positive. My heart sunk…It all makes sense. The lethargic behavior, the exhaustion and heavy breathing after a light walk. I felt like an idiot for not recognizing those signs. I also feel for the small rescue that took him in. They do not have many of the resources and donations coming in that other, larger rescues have.

Please consider donating to Rusty's rescue - he is confirmed heartworm positive - @lolathepitty

*Please consider sharing Last Hope’s donation link. Heartworm treatment alone is about $400 for the rescue and plus the cost of keeping Rusty in rescue for that much longer is tough on a small rescue.*

 I then began to think, what if Mama is heartworm positive? What if that is the reason that she is so tired, lethargic and breathing heavy in combination with the pregnancy? I’m stressed. And since they cannot treat a pregnant female, we will have to wait until after the pups are finished breast feeding to confirm and treat her if she is positive. Please tell me she isn’t, this sweet girl could really use a break.

Please keep us in your thoughts and we will continue to keep you updated. You can also follow along on our Facebook page.

UPDATE: read the latest on Emma’s journey…

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Vinny: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Vinny - Adoptable dog of the week in Minneapolis! Great with kids and other dogs! @lolathepitty

View Vinny’s Profile on A Rotta Love Plus

60 lbs | 6 1/2 years old | Good with kids and dogs – cats unknown | Canine Good Citizen Certified! | Crate & Potty Trained

Vinny sounds like my kind of guy. He likes going on walks, sleeping, eating followed by a little play time…yep, I could totally deal with that. Now, Vinny just needs a home to call his own. He sounds like the perfect, easy going buddy. Before I forget, you have to check out Vinny’s before and after photos on his profile – such a transformation! Here’s a little more about Vinny…

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From the foster:

“Hubba Hubba this hunky fella is one big teddy bear.  Vinny, aka Captian Naughty Pants (CNP), is our resident charmer who can melt even the coldest of hearts (which comes in quite handy during our MN winters).  A perfect day for CNP would be a nice walk, a snack, a snooze, some scratches from his people, then repeat, repeat, repeat. So…why CNP? Foster mom says that sometimes stubborn, sassy, and too big for my britches gave him the nickname!

Did we mention that Vinny thinks that walks are just about the best thing ever.  Happily trotting along wagging his tail as he goes, he greets new people with an easy affability.  If you are looking for the perfect passenger in life and in your car Vinny was born to be your copilot.  Road trip, anyone!?

When he isn’t taking a stroll or riding along in your automobile, during his down time Vinny is quite content curl up in his kennel or invite you to join him on the couch for some R & R. And because we love him dearly, we can freely say that Vinny can be a bit of a dork – a smart, lovable, stubborn, funny, silly, dork.

Vinny is a total catch!  What are you waiting for?”

Vinny - adoptable dog of the week - Mpls, MN @lolathepitty
Photo credit: LP Reyes

We will turn this over to Captain Naughty Pants to answer some FAQs:

Do I know any tricks/commands?  I am all over sit, down, stay, kennel, still “learning” to walk nicely on a leash but I can pull and I am very strong. I recently took the American Kennel Club “Canine Good Citizen” test and passed with flying colors.

Am I crate trained?  I absolutely love my crate and will go in there all by myself when I want to chill out and relax.  However, I really prefer not to be locked in – please leave the door open as I think I must be what is called claustrophobic/  My foster mom has been working with me on this and is hopeful that I will one day be able to comfortably be in the crate with the door shut.  For now my foster mom leaves me in the guest room with an open door crate and I am the perfect gentleman.

What is my activity level?  Moderate.  I like to walk – but I am so not a runner. A couple of nice long walks each day make me really happy as I love to be out and about with my people.  Another dog to hang out with would be nice, but is not necessary. I like very short play sessions with my friends.

What are some fun things I do? Exploring the outdoors, laying in the sun, baking bread, eating, hiding my toys, and going to training class to learn new things.

Oh, yes! I almost forgot to tell you, Vinny has his very own Facebook page to keep you apprised of his latest adventures. Stop by and say hi!

Our Adoptable Dog of the Week post is dedicated to special dogs who are in rescue but still looking for their perfect home. Please consider sharing this post — you might help Vinny from A Rotta Love Plus find his ‘fur-ever’ home!

Crash: Adoptable Dog of the Week

Crash - Adoptable Dog of the Week - Located in Minneapolis, Mn @lolathepitty

View Crash’s profile on A Rotta Love Plus

As I was putting together the photos and making the collage for Crash, I’m quickly falling in love with this boy! I mean really…how cute can you get!? And according to his photos, it looks like he has a love for playing disc and fetch! Can you help us SHARE this black beauty?!

1 yr 5 mo old | American Pit Bull Terrier | Great with dogs | Great with kids | Potty & Crate Trained | Completed Beginner Obedience | No Kitties Please | Adoption fee: $300 |60 lbs

From the foster:

“Looking for a little more tall, dark, and handsome in your life? Dashing young Crash is waiting for you!

Crash came from a fighting bust on the west coast, but you’d never guess it – he’s outgoing, happy, and people make him wiggle from the inside out. He’s never met a human or a dog that he didn’t love, and you’ll never meet a dog more thrilled to be alive. Crash loves to play: his favorite game is fetch, followed closely by any type of learning.

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Crash has graduated from Level I Obedience class, and has been working hard at Rally class and on getting his Canine Good Citizen certificate. He’s mastered many commands, including sit, down, leave it, stay, come, watch, front, finish, heel, and a bunch of other fancy tricks. Crash is also crate trained and housebroken! He’s a sharp, eager boy who has earned the nickname “Genius” for his brilliant ability to work hard both on and off-leash.

Outside of the classroom, Crash is a world-class snuggler, enthusiastic entertainer, and all-around superhero side kick. If you rescue Crash, he’s the type to rescue you right back.

Does Good in the Car, Does not require a yard, Cratetrained, Plays fetch, Likes to play with toys, Likes to be in your lap, Obedient, Playful, Affectionate, Eager To Please,Intelligent, Goofy.”

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