Puppies Friday: Erin and Ellery (both ADOPTED!)

Are you looking for cuddly and cute puppies? Well, meet Erin and Ellery– they don’t have to be adopted together, and probably would do best in separate homes (they each require dedicated individual attention).

Erin is a little shy, but warms up easily when treats are on offer. She’s a pro at ‘sit’ and unlike her sister Ellery, will never have a bad hair day. 🙂

Erin takes a treat

She’s very sweet and would love nothing more than to snuggle up next to you and be loved. She’ll do well with consistent positive training and handling and would love to be part of your routine.

Erin

Ellery is a little less shy, but maybe that’s because she wants folks to stop rumpling her furry hair. 🙂 She’s fluffier than her sister, so she has a little more of collie in her (both are shepherd mixes).

Ellery meets you!

Like her sister, she’s a pro at ‘sit’ and listens well.

Ellery sits excitedly

She can be quite serious about it:

Elllery patiently sitting

She tried out a biscuit and thought it a toy, especially when I played with her:

Ellery tries out a biscuit

“You ever gonna let go so I can eat that thing?”
You ever gonna let that go?

She would most likely enjoy toys and obedience classes– she seems eager to learn more.

Visit both of them at Kennel 41. For more information, contact doginfo@apsofdurham.org

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2 Responses to Puppies Friday: Erin and Ellery (both ADOPTED!)

  1. Pingback: Animal Protection Society of Durham » Blog Archive » ELLERY

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