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What do your boys think of her? Do they play with her or mostly ignore her? She sounds like quite the little bundle of energy!

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My boys are doing ok with her. It's funny because when we rescued our younger dog (we got him as a puppy) he tormented my other dog, well now that Lady is here she likes to start trouble with my younger dog and he want's nothing of it.. lol Plus he is a little jealous of her right now since she is always at my feet (mainly nipping at my toes, lol) Her newest thing is our poor cats tail, I think she thinks it's her special toy.. lol My boys won't miss her at all.. lol

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Hi Tammy! We are fostering from a local rescue foundation where we got our dog, Reese. Usually the dogs come from reserves or garbage dumps unfortunately so they are not one specific type but mostly shepherd and collie crosses. We just got a 1 year old collie cross named Patches. She was so nervous and scared but she seems to be coming out of her shell already. I'm already dreading the day she gets adopted.

 

You and your husband are such great people!

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That's awesome, it sounds like a great place to volunteer with. It's amazing how each dog you foster has it's own set of problems it needs to overcome, but it make the experience that much for fun. GL with your foster, let me know if you ever have any questions.

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My boys are doing ok with her. It's funny because when we rescued our younger dog (we got him as a puppy) he tormented my other dog, well now that Lady is here she likes to start trouble with my younger dog and he want's nothing of it.. lol Plus he is a little jealous of her right now since she is always at my feet (mainly nipping at my toes, lol) Her newest thing is our poor cats tail, I think she thinks it's her special toy.. lol My boys won't miss her at all.. lol
Puppy mischief is the best!

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Puppy mischief is the best!
ha ha, yeah that's one way of putting it. lol

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You are so great to do that, especially after you have rescued your other animals as well. She is so cute, I'm sure its going to be so tough to see her go, even though she'll have a permanent home!

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