Photo Comments Age: 9 Years Sex: Female Weight: 26-50 lbs
Leave a bone for Chloe
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February 14th 2005
Play, play, playing
Being alone and not enough walking or ball
Her Tennis Ball and Frisbee for outdoors and her "Buddy" and worm plus lots of bones indoors
Toilet paper, carrots and cat food.
Any trail - especially with my nieces
Chloe came to us via my three little nieces and of course, my sister. Chloe had been running around an area for awhile and was picked up by the four of them one evening. I got a phone call about her and at the time had been considering adopting a Golden Retriever, Murray's dog of choice. They have 2 dogs and a cat and could not keep the dog overnight, they begged me to hold onto her until the morning and they would come by and take her to the shelter then. Once Chloe stepped into the house there was no going back, we did have her checked for a family that might be missing her because she looked well taken care of. We took care of her fleas and worms and waited. Chloe was the most joyful little thing we had ever seen. Always bouncing, always happy, always wanting to play. She has not changed much since then except now she actually spends a little more time relaxing. She is still crazy about the back yard and her ball. Only recently has she started to sleep outside of her Kennel (which she loves) at night. I can't imagine how we did without her!
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I've Been On Dogster Since:
|October 8th 2007
||More than 6 years!
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