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February 28, 2012 (San Diego's East County) -These shelter dogs have been provided training to become dream dogs for individuals or families. This month, we have several wonderful dogs to choose from -- from pups to mature pets.
Rudy is an Anatolian Shepherd/ Collie mix who is a 3 year-old male. This wonderful boy is playful as well as loving, and bonds very closely. He is a very tall boy and weighs 90 lbs. He has been neutered, has his shots, rabies, micro chip and is doing very well with his on leash and off leash training. Wonderful family dog or companion. As you can see by his big smile...he is a very happy boy!

Labrador Retriever/ Shepherd Mix 1 year-old male. Needs a fun, firm leader who can continue to teach this very intelligent boy.  Looking for a very loving human companion.

Harry the 3 year old Harrier is about 50 pounds and is the perfect family dog, jogging partner or companion. He is quiet and patient. He is loveable and loyal. He is great with all dogs and children. Loves to play ball.

Sweet young Yorkie/ Dachshund Mix "Jethro" is tender and sensitive, loves to be cuddled, bonds very closely. He is a year old, weighs 10 lbs, and needs somebody tender and sweet.
2 Month, 5 lbs Old Dorkie mix ( Yorkie/ Dachshund) super adorable spayed female Yorkie/Dachshund will keep you laughing as she plays. Then will capture your heart as she sinks into your arms to fall asleep. This little girl loves everyone and everything. Is dry at night in her crate for a full night's sleep.
Neutered Male Schnauzer Poodle ( Schnoodle) 1 year old pup loves other dogs and people. Super fun, cuddly and absolutely adorable!!
4 Month Old Golden Doodle / Spaniel Mix Neutered Male. 10 lbs gentle and sweet, loves all dogs and people. Playful, fun and cuddly. Crate trained at night.

"Please help a shelter dog, tell your friends and family about us."

If interested in any of these great k9 kids please contact:

Cate Sacks 
Phone: 619-813-1252  Email:  k9andk8@gmail.com 


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