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Guin

Adopted 7/22/05


Wanted to let you know that we're naming her "Mika".
It's Native American for "intelligent raccoon".  The markings on her face was the first thing that caught our eye, "the mask" like a raccoon and she is so smart and loving.
K & J
  • Gender - female
  • Age/DOB - about 1 yr.
  • Height  at the shoulder -
  • Weight -
  • Spayed/Neutered - yes
  • Taken in on  - 3/15/05
  • Available as of - Now
  • Housebroken - yes
  • Obedience trained - Yes some
  • Good with other dogs - Yes
    • with cats - Unk
    • with kids - Yes
    • with the elderly - Yes
  • Temperament - Very sweet. Calm and quiet. Seems very secure and self assured but cautious.  She is definitely a "girl" and a Princess.
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Guin, short for Guinevere, came to us from her owners. She was a very loved and pampered little Princess. She came with her own soft fuzzy harlequin (okay it's really a Zebra print but you get the idea) blankie, and her own soft fuzzy pink warm up with a matching "harlequin" fur collar. She is every bit the girl, very feminine and delicate, and a lanky fashion model type. She is very well behaved here, but with her old owners she was getting a bit destructive when they were at work. Unfortunately they both worked pretty long hours. So for Guin's sake they made the very difficult decision to turn her over to us so we could find her a good home, better suited to her needs. She is such a charmer. And now that she is settling in here, she is quite the talker too. She wooo wooos at me all the time. She lets us know when she has to go out, and she has been nearly the perfect little angel since she got here. She is very endearing, besides who could resist such a coy stare?

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