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Razzle

  • Dog
  • Shepherd & Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Shepherd & Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Saint Paul, MN
  • Puppy
  • Female
  • Medium
Saint Paul, MN

About

Coat length
Short
House-trained
Yes
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.
Adoption fee
$400.00

Meet Razzle

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Name: Razzle

Age: 4 months

Things I do in my free time: Sleep, cuddle, play with my foster family’s dog, run around outside and chew on sticks.

Things I know: Crate trained, my name, sit, stay, tug of war, and is basically potty trained!

Things I am learning: Not jumping up on counters/tables

Kids: Not sure, but assume amazing

Dogs: Good, gets a bit rambunctious with the other dog in the house—just love playing!

Cats: Curious of them, but not too concerned with them.

Size: Small, easy to pick up—but getting bigger every week!

Car rides: Falls asleep quickly in crate, very quiet.

Additional Info from foster parent: Razzle is such a sweetie who loves giving puppy kisses and cuddles. From the get go she has gotten along almost TOO well with our dog and they would play for hours together if we’d let them, but it does get a bit rough as our dog probably has 50 lbs on her. After some time they need to take a break. They don’t share toys/bones all that well—both want what the other has even if there’s another bone right next to them. She is friendly to everyone she meets and lets you know when she wants love and attention!

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