Post 684: Need More Input

 Teeny tiny fluffy bundle of love
I have the most lovely, teeny tiny, healthy, 6 month old, bundle of joy, that I would like to gift to a special person who needs this love in their lives for the next 15 years, someone who is lonely maybe, someone who dreams, and longs for a tiny life to care for, but perhaps feels they could never afford to purchase a babe with the prices folks are asking these days. Maybe you have a grandma/pa , maybe it is yourself… A pup, can give unsurmountable love and joy to a lonely day.
This little babe is wonderful, perky, happy, has all her shots. Is teeny, fragile, and very funny.
If you would like to share your story with me, I, would love to give her to a wonderful caring forever home, one where she will be the centre of your world 🙂

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Post 677: D-I-V-O-R-C-E

1yr old french bulldog

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1yr old female french bulldog for rehoming, No health issues great with kids dogs and cats, crate trained, mostly house trained, great family dog, Divorce is reason for rehoming, fee applys, if interested please email with a little about yourself and any questions you may have.

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Post 676: Not.A.Doberman.

Friendly Playful Doberman Puppies To Good Homes!
We have 4 sweet boy puppies looking for loving homes! They are family raised and are great with kids and other dogs and cats!! Very friendly and playful personalities!
They have been Flea treated and De-Wormed. They will have their shots done at 8 weeks when they are ready to go to their new homes! To good homes only! Re-homing fee applies.

You are welcome to come and pick your favorite one and we will hold him for you till they are ready to go home (the last week in April)!!
For more info call or text#

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Post 660: Ai Chihuahua!

Rehoming dog

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am rehoming my 2yr.3mos.old chihuahua/ jack Russell.He loves the dog park and other dogs,since we leaving an apartment there’s no enough space for him is very loving & active Prefer someone who has time to spend with him and not leave him alone all day a retired person? There is a small rehoming fee to ensure he goes to a home that can take care of him.

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