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Name: Max & Naya
Age: 5 years & 6 years (as of 1/27/16)
Gender: Male & Female
Breed: Yorkie/Terrier mix & Yorkie/Poodle mix
Weight: 6lbs & 7lbs
Cats: Not tested
Kids: Best with older 13+
Housebroken: In training
Crate trained: In training
Leash: Ok on leash
Brief Bio: Meet Max and Naya! Max and Naya was rescued by one of our partner rescuers. Ideally we are looking for a home that is understanding and can take the needed time to help these two adjust to a new environment. We are looking for a home that understands the responsibilities of owning a dog and will continue to show these two what it means to be in a loving home. Below are individual write ups of Max and Naya, we hope to find them a home together! Max and Naya are patiently waiting!
Max: He was very shy and scared when I first rescued him and he still is a bit, but a whole lot better. He is not a kisser but loves rubs! He will sort of scratch/nudge you to pet him. He likes to play and will play fetch whenever he feels like it. He is a bit of a picky eater but will eat when hungry. He loves carrots! And raw meat (though I have not given him that in a while). He is super silly and just wants to attention all the time. Isn’t too bothered with toys but likes balls, sometimes.
Naya: She is pretty good, obedient, knows a few tricks, can be a bit shy at first
Basic bio: I’ve had her since she was born, took her to basic training classes, loves to play but is not that great at fetching, she wants you to chase her, loves tug a war, loves squeaky toys, belly rubs, and to kiss, she’s a huge kisser, loves apples, carrots, strawberries, hates raw meat. Super loving, loyal, and sweet girl.
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