My older sister, Calley, and I need new homes because our beloved owner is, well, just too old to manage our farm, goats, and us. I’m only 8 years old, and 88 lbs. and Calley is 10 years old, and 120 lbs. Actually, we might need help learning how to be inside dogs since we’ve been guarding goats and sleeping in the barn with them. We are friendly with children, uninterested in cats, unsure of other dogs, and curious about new people. There is one difference between us, I still jump fences. I don’t do math so can’t say how tall these fences are but just wanted to be honest with you. If you please email email@example.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below to speak human with the GPRA people.Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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