A study in 2000 found that when walking a dog, you have three times as many social interactions with people than walking all alone. Have you been walking alone lately? Me too, and I've been looking for a walking partner for nearly three months.
I think we should pair up and explore new parks and places while meeting new friends along the way. Think about it… together we could be one eye-catching couple. I mean my adorable spots combined with your amiable personality, we will be the center of attention everywhere we go. Maybe the neighbors we meet along the way will have canines as well… sounds like a play date! I love hanging out with other dogs my size and I lived with kids in my previous home so I guess you can call me the family dog type. I am a gentle and well-behaved boy who is generally calm and enduring but I do have a playful side too and I love stuffed toys that squeak.
So what do you say… let's spend some time together and you can see for yourself that I am a great doggy and after you adopt me and our first walk will be to my new home.
Adopt me NOW at the Campus for Compassion located at 1521 West Dobbins Rd in Phoenix. My adoption fee is only $35 and includes my neuter surgery and vaccines. A family meet and greet is required so bring the kids and your current canine down for a meet and greet. For more information call 602-997-7586 x 1045 and ask for A389262.
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