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Pinky Pie aka Lucky

Female Puppy Spaniels (Medium) Mixed Breed (mixed)

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About Pinky Pie aka Lucky

Pinky Pie aka “lucky” is a very sweet approx 9months old, 35 lb girl. Pinky was affectionately renamed by the children in her foster home. She just loves tiny humans! She is bit shy and timid at first but after a few days in her fosters she has blossomed into a curious, sweet, playful dog. She’s dainty in the way she plays and asks for affection, good with other dogs in the home and good with cats. As she is shy, we feel she would benefit from a home with another dog to show her how fun life can be.



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