could go to a multi-dog home or live in single dog luxury.
We're saying no kids under 10 but would consider very dog
savvy kids and parents. She seems completely at ease with
children. She would do best with a family who's around a
lot, at least at first, to help ease her transition. Leaving
her with friends or doggie daycare also works. She really
is an easy-going girl.
A positive based dog class (tricks, rally, agility, freestyle)
is recommended after her adoption. She would love to do
agility for fun and has been introduced to agility obstacles
and clicker training.
Peaches is being fostered in eastern Massachusetts.
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dogs available for adoption!