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August 27,2011 (Alpine) -- This wonderful one and a half year old Purebred Schnauzer would make a fantastic therapy dog or companion for somebody who wants a loving, sweet and easy dog.  He helps me with my small aggressive clients who are dog aggressive because I know he has the ability to ignore the bad behavior.  He has been working through the therapy training also when helping clients and I know he is a boy who could pass the test Sept 10th if his new owners wanted to get involved in therapy work.  He is great with children and am sure he would live with cats.



This wonderful shepherd mix neutered male loves everyone and everything.  He is a beautiful big dog in a mid size dog body.  He would make a great jogging partner or just a best friend.  He wears a wonderful soft cloak of fur and would make a great family addition.  Full grown he should be in the 40- 50 pound range.  We believe he is the brother to Cassidy.

10 month old super squishy female shepherd mix puppy, loves all dogs and people.  We believe Cassidy is the sister to our boy shepherd.  She has very soft, gentle energy's and would make a great addition to any family who is quiet and loveable.

Sweet, Gentle 12 pounds, 6 month old girl is looking for an equally fun and gentle family.  She loves the other dogs and is great with children.  She never shows any aggression, she is crate trained and shows me that she is house broken.

Here is another perfect poodle.  She is 14 pounds, 3 years old, great with dogs of all sizes, loves the children and I am sure she could live with cats.  She is a wonderful help when training my clients and bonds very closely.  This good looking girl sure is a keeper!!
Cate Sacks
Happy Cat Rescue
ph 619-813-1252
fx 866-600-0547



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