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August 4, 2007

Meet Ebony!

Ebony is a female black rough coat born on 12-19-05. She weighs 12.5 pounds, and is regaining her girlish figure after whelping and weaning puppies. She was surrendered by her breeder because she could no longer produce puppies. She is now spayed and looking for a new home.

Ebony has an adorable face and a nice “griffy” coat. If she is kept on a schedule, she does well with housebreaking but still needs work and is not completely dependable. We will work more on leash training. Ebony is crate trained, although she would rather be out of it so she can follow her foster mom around the house and be immediately available for cuddling. She bonds quickly to her human(s) and gets along well with other dogs.

Ebony is very intelligent, very playful and has a silly side. Ebony wants a new home with someone to love her and spoil her. She has a great personality and is a wonderful companion. Everyone who has met her comments on how cute and sweet she is.

Ebony is up to date on vaccines and ready to find a new home. She is being fostered in Kansas.

If you are interested in adopting Ebony please complete our Adoption Application
and contact Vicki.

Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger.

August 26, 2007


Ebony has been Adopted!

From Ebony's new family:

“After sleeping with us and the other two dogs overnight. This morning she woke up very playful, followed the boys around in their normal routine of going out and doing their "biz" (she did hers too) and quickly found a discarded bone. Of course once she started chewing on it - the other dogs suddenly decided they wanted it. It quickly became a game of passing the bone around. Once one dog walked away or was distracted, another would swoop in. Very cute. I think everyone is going to get along great.”

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