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Tiffany (1654) & Priscilla (1655)

Meet these loving Bonded Sisters ~ Tiffany (5 yrs old) and Priscilla (4 yrs old). These sweet girls were used as breeding dogs and are happy to leave those days behind them. These girls are puppy- like, as this is the first time that they have actually lived indoors as part of a family. For the most part they are potty trained with an occasional accident and they are catching on quickly to basic house manners. They enjoy being in the company of their humans and if they are left alone for too long they seem to look for and get into mischief. Priscilla is the player and Tiffany is more laid back. Tiffany will let Priscilla know when she has had enough of her running, playing and howling. Most evenings Priscilla is kicked back in her recliner or in one of the crates and Tiffany enjoys laying under the coffee table in her bed. They MUST have crates as they feel safe in them. (They should not be left in their crates for more than 5 hours at a time during the day, but are ok in crates for up to 9 hours at night). On the weekends, they enjoy sunbathing together and are never far from each other. Priscilla is a bit timid and relies on Tiffany for her security in new surroundings. A fenced yard is a must as they are explorers. They walk well on leashes side by side but still haven’t figured out walking is potty time, so as soon as they return from their walks they must go out in the back yard. The girls will need to watched when in the backyard as they like to dig and "clean up after eachother". Their family will need to be quick with the pooper scooper to clean up after them so they can break that bad habit. Priscilla and Tiffany will chase any cats or critters that happen to end up in the back yard, so they would prefer a home without Cats. We are not sure about children as they have not been around them, so we think best if any children in the home were older. The girls are a work in progress and with the right training they will be an awesome addition to any family. If you have the right home for these girls, please fill out your application

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