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This back door step-dog could have been yours! She
was adopted and is in a good home now. She is about three months old. Very
friendly. She rolls over often so you can scratch her belly. She knows about licking, putting her chin in your open hand to
rest, sitting in a pan of water to keep cool. She has all the facial
expressions and looks that are needed to steal your heart. She might even
like your kids better than you do. She loves baths, hanging around on the
back step and wants to be a house dog. She has to live outside at our
house and face the night-time dangers. I'll bet she can hear the coyotes
bark, see copper heads crawling around and smell skunks that prowl here at
night. Maybe none of the skunks have rabies.
"The Step Dog" has her priorities straight. She understands that cats have to be put in their place. Barn yard cats have to be barked at and cats trying to get up on the step with her have to be growled at. Her priorities got adjusted some when one of our cats set claws into her and hurt her feelings a lot.
She does like her new tick and flea collar and her new green collar.
She is waiting for a good home and a good name. We have considered "Squeegee". If you have ideas for either one you can email her below.
I don't know what breed she is. German Shepard has been suggested.
If you have a soft heart for puppies you may not want to click on the following pictures to see a close up of this dog. She does smile a lot but not while I am taking her picture. She is still a little nervous since she was thrown out at our place and she knows she was not wanted by her original owners.
If you have any thing to write to this puppy or a suggested name for her you can email her at the address below. I think she will be glad to hear from you.
Hobbies: Chasing grasshoppers, keeping cats off the back step, dragging "things" around the yard, lying in cool wet places in the yard.
email: Step Dog