Abby is a 7 yr old chocolate spayed female and Mason is a 10 yr old chocolate neutered male. Abby weighs 80 lbs and Mason weighs 91 lbs. They are both up to date on vaccinations and are heartworm negative. They are good with dogs but unknown with cats. Abby and Mason are approved for ages 5 and up. & Mason are great dogs. They like being with you to get petted and attention which they haven't had a lot of lately. They both will go chase a ball or toy but Abby normally brings it back, Mason surprises Abby once in a while. They would like a home where they can stretch out on dog beds and get plenty of loving.
Update from their foster October 7- Abby and Mason are wonderful! They love people and are so happy to have love and attention. They are house trained, good with kids, and good with other dogs. They walk nicely on the leash and love to retrieve tennis balls. They don't jump up and know sit and down. They can be trusted alone in the house and won't chew anything. Abby *might* sneak onto a couch or two, but who can blame her! The only time either of them barks is Mason when he wants us to throw the tennis ball, NOW. They don't chase squirrels or birds and seem unconcerned about noises like cars or sirens. They are very happy to settle down on dog beds after playing and sleep quietly at night.
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Coal is a 57 pound 4 yr old black neutered male and Bear is a 71 pound 6 yr old yellow neutered male. They are both up to date on vaccinations and are heartworm negative. Coal and Bear are good with cats and are approved for ages 10 and up. Bear is a very friendly dog who loves to give hugs. Coal is a gorgeous black lab with big round eyes and a shiny coat. Coal is a little shy and scared with new things and has more confidence when Bear is by his side.
HOBBIES: Hanging out with our people, going for walks, socializing with people and dogs at the dog park, peanut butter Kongs (best thing ever!), chew toys, car rides, and getting attention from adoring humans.
Update from Coal and Bear's Foster family - Sep 30, 2017: Bear and Coal continued to expand their neighborhood fan club of humans and canines. Bear is showing more playfulness at the dog park as he engages with dogs of all sizes and sideswipes Coal when Coal has a ball. Coal discovered the joy of playing with an enormous Chuck-it ball and makes sure to sidle up to all people at the dog park so they can pet him. Not to be left out, Bear also enjoys attention and taught himself how to hop onto the park benches to be face-to-face with those sitting or more accessible to those standing. A serviceman came to the house yesterday, and the boys greeted him warmly and snoopervised his check of the AC unit. Even though Coal trotted upstairs with the man’s bootie in his mouth, Foster Mom suspects he would have tried to take them home if he did not already have 4 dogs at home. When hanging out at home, the boys love to wrestle and play, sometimes redecorating in the process as they shift dog beds and relocate throw rugs. During walks, they will ensure that no squirrels get close enough to harm you, so harnesses are helpful.
Update from Coal and Bear's Foster family - Sept 21, 2017: These boys are a catch!! Coal is an affectionate pup who loves to share kisses with everyone (human and canine) he meets. This sweetheart has captured many hearts with his charm as he trots over for pets and then melts down to the ground to expose his belly while he softly licks the hands of whoever is lucky enough to be petting him. Bear also attracts people with his handsome looks and gentle lab lean, easily sharing with Coal who will inevitably wiggle in for some attention of his own. While both enjoy watching for squirrels, Bear is more likely to patrol the perimeter while Coal is physically unable to resist chasing after any thrown ball. At their foster home into which they settled in record time, Coal often has a ball or toy in his mouth, and Bear likes to keep the couch or dog bed warm while he naps, snoring softly. They are learning new commands like sit, stay, and come and hope to find someone who will continue training them. Bear and Coal enjoy hanging out with their people, crate quietly when left alone, and are always ready for their next adventure.
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