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Old 10-05-2017, 10:29 AM
Barfolomew Barfolomew is offline
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We have to rehome one of our dogs. She is an Australian Cattle Dog (red heeler) with a very sweet temperament but she CANNOT have another dog in the home. She is a solo dog only due to resource hording behavior which we are having issues breaking and can no longer tolerate with our other dog. She is very loving and likes to cuddle and give lots kisses. She is high energy and needs either daily exercise or doggy daycare (she has been fine with other dogs when it isn't her home and passed the temperament test at our daycare). Perfect for athletic couple or single. Would be great to take running or other outdoor activity. She has been fine with our toddler but is maybe too high energy for a little kid so recommend to older children or no kids. She is mostly house trained (in progress, last mess in house was a week ago). Crate training in progress will go in voluntarily with treat motivation and has learned to sit on command. Spayed, all shots current, about 2 years old. We need to rehome asap. Baring any responses, the dog will probably go to the animal shelter in the next few days.

Edit: Dog was taken to the Cobb County Animal Shelter. No PMs please
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I did let one walk, he was heading straight for the truck, so I let him take a few more steps.

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