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skye

Female
Breed: greyhound 
DOB: Senior 
Color: White/Blue 
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Previous              Up              Next      Adopted: 12-09-15

skye has been adopted by Diane Stizza , Nicholson, PA


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Sky and Lacey are two very sweet older girls. Lacey is definitely the more outgoing one. Sky looks to her for security. This is why we would prefer they go into a home together. They are both very well behaved as well as housebroken. They are very loving and will give kisses. Lacey will be the defender. She barks when she hears strange noises or at other dogs if she feels threatened. They are by no means aggressive. We had them with big and little dogs and they did very well. They walk nicely and will relieve themselves on leash. They are very well behaved out of the crate. They liked having the freedom to wonder about. When it was quiet they found a nice spot in the office and fell asleep. They are both good eaters and very fond of treats. So much so that they will get vocal requesting more. We suggest putting a minimum on how many treats. We hope you will open your heart and your home to two very sweet older girls.


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