Featured Adoptable Pet: Emma and Stony

Name: Emma and Stony (bonded pair)
Breed: Heeler Mix
Age: 3 years
Size: 25-30 lbs.
Energy: High

Spay/Neutered: Yes
Up To Date On Vaccinations?: Yes
Dewormed?: Yes

Rescue: Heaven With a D
Contact: (509)710-4111

Personality/Disposition: 

Emma and Stony are very bossy; however, they aren’t mean. They love cuddles and attention. Emma is a very needy dog and loves being the center of attention. She will calm down and be nice in the house, but both dogs need a good space to run and play so a big yard is advised. Good with cats and older kids but don’t get along with other dogs. They need a loving home that can focus all their attention on them and keep up with their high playful energy. Will also do best in a foster family before adoption.

*Information is approximate and based on the information given to or determined by the rescue group involved.  Personality/disposition reports are based on one person or family’s experience.  Animals respond to different people and locations in different ways. Contact rescue for more information, or to learn about other adoptable animals in their care.

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