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  Austin ARPH # 13981

Austin has recently relocated from Texas to the NW to look for his forever home. Austin is a 15-18 month old happy, sweet boy. He is a black tri with very little white and outstanding prick ears, a very handsome dude. He is a total sweetheart, friendly with everyone, loves all dogs, good with savvy indoor cats, a healthy, energetic puppy who is loads of fun.

This sweet boy is as smart as a whip and is ready to do anything or go anywhere. He loves to play with his people, tug, fetch, keep away, you name it. He loves to wrestle and play with another dog, the rough and tumble Aussie kind of play but says "okay" if the other dog says "enough." He loves to head out the door and go for a walk or a car ride or to visit a neighbor. Despite his energy level and exuberance he is happy to chill out in the house.

Austin has been through a lot over the last couple of weeks during his transport from Texas and settling into his new foster home and has handled it all with a good nature and manners adjusting to each new situation as it presents itself. This is one nice boy with a ton of potential.

For more information about Austin, please contact Laura at laurararph@gmail.com.


Clay ARPH #13593

Clay is only eight months old – but he’s already a big boy, with a big heart to match! This smart, happy boy has lots of energy and loves playing fetch and tug! He is handsome and knows it, and enjoys having his gorgeous coat brushed.

Clay is very people-oriented, and thinks he is a lap dog. He wants to be with people all the time, and gives lots of licks and snuggles to show his affection.

Because Clay is so young, he has a lot to learn, and is currently working on his leash skills and his jumping. He sleeps well in his crate at night, but if his people are around during the day, he prefers to be with them and will make his wishes known. He is housebroken.

Clay gets along well with other dogs, but would so best in a home without cats. Although he likes children, due to his larger size and enthusiastic nature, he would do better in a home without children.

For more information about Clay , please contact Laura at laurararph@gmail.com.

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