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Sundell  is looking for a new retirement or guardian home. Sundell is a happy go-lucky and fun-loving boy. He would do best in a home with other female dogs or with a neutral, neutered male. He's not house broke, as he does lift his leg in the house, but he is crate trained, loves his chew bones and is super easy to have around. He's not been neutered yet. Any potential family will be required to have a fenced yard that will contain a small 8-9 lbs dog and must pick up in person to insure it is a good fit. 

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Doodle is an F1 Labradoodle that came to us as a rescue September 1st, 2021. We were told that her Bday is June 1st 2021. We received a call about a litter of sick puppies and the breeder wasn't able to afford vet care. Without hesitation I  loaded up to make the 6 hour drive round trip to get the litter some help. Unfortunately the call was made a little too late. Of the 6 puppies, Doodle was the only survivor. All of them were positive for hook worms, round worms, whips, fleas and Parvo. My husband fell in love with her sweet and sensitive nature, affectionately named her Doodle and she's been here ever since. Doodle has been raised in the house with us, she is crate trained, great in the house and knows basic commands. She is about 40-45 lbs and the size of an average/ small lab. As an F1 doodle she does shed some, but it is significantly less than the average lab. For grooming requirements, the longer her hair is kept, the harder it is to maintain. If kept shorter at only 1-2.5" long, she only needs to be brushed about twice a week. Doodle is currently still intact, up to date on vaccines, deworming and heart worm medicine. She would be best suited to a quiet, laid back and attentive home as she is a little reserved and timid with strangers and small fast moving children. For the most part I  do believe she could adjust to just about any home that fits those perimeters. If interested in Doodle, please call or text for info. 


Babe is 6 years old and I think its time we start to look for a retirement home for her! She was born and raised here with me. She weighs about 10-12 lbs. She is a little drivey for a small dog, so it'd probably be best if she went to a home without small kiddos. She loves going to the groomers, is crate trained, and house broke. Good with kitties and does well with multiple dogs or would be happy being an only pet. She is not ready to go yet, but if interested, please inquire.  

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