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Kobe (BONDED PAIR)

Male Senior German Shorthaired Pointer
Meet our bonded pair, Kobe and Precious (littermates) Kobe and Precious were surrendered to a shelter due to their family moving and not... show more
Meet our bonded pair, Kobe and Precious (littermates) Kobe and Precious were surrendered to a shelter due to their family moving and not able to take them along.  Kobe and Precious were quick to learn the daily routine. Walk time, bed time, eat time, potty time. They have adjusted quite well to their foster home since they were very stressed in the shelter where they were orgainlly surrender to.  In fact-even the first night and every night thereafter once everyone winds down, they find their spot on the couch (each has a side) and they relax. It seems that they may have gained a pound or two even. Precious was a bit underweight but now looks good!   Personality: Kobe is a bit more laid back. He was first to snuggle, and loves him tummy rubbed. He will lay down pretty much anywhere and patiently wait for the move to the next room. He loves to go on walks and sniff around. Precious is a diva at times, but is quick to lay her head down on my leg and want pets. If Kobe has her toy she playfully barks. He knows it and teases her a bit. They share toys very well, and take turns with no problems.  Precious loves carrying aroun stuffed animals. She is very freindly to everyone she meets.   They have not been kenneled in my home, and his foster mom has not had any issues. It has only been over a week, but they have not chewed anything or had accidents in the hosue, although their foster home is somewhat dog-proof. They did roam-free at their previous home as well. They are both good are very calm around children and will not jump on them. They ride well in the car.  Their foster mom feeds them about 10 ft apart, but they have not shown any food guarding.  The rescue was told that they should not be with other dogs ooutside each other, they both had incidents with other dogs at the shelter.  Their foster mom does notice they will bark when they see another dogs walking by them and they have barked at runners. We would love to find a home without dogs that would aodpt them together.  They have been together their whole life since they are littermates. Please consider opening up your home to Kobe and Precious. show less
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Precious (BONDED PAIR)

Female Senior German Shorthaired Pointer
Meet our bonded pair, Kobe and Precious (littermates) Kobe and Precious were surrendered to a shelter due to their family moving and not... show more
Meet our bonded pair, Kobe and Precious (littermates) Kobe and Precious were surrendered to a shelter due to their family moving and not able to take them along.  Kobe and Precious were quick to learn the daily routine. Walk time, bed time, eat time, potty time. They have adjusted quite well to their foster home since they were very stressed in the shelter where they were orgainlly surrender to.  In fact-even the first night and every night thereafter once everyone winds down, they find their spot on the couch (each has a side) and they relax. It seems that they may have gained a pound or two even. Precious was a bit underweight but now looks good!   Personality: Kobe is a bit more laid back. He was first to snuggle, and loves him tummy rubbed. He will lay down pretty much anywhere and patiently wait for the move to the next room. He loves to go on walks and sniff around. Precious is a diva at times, but is quick to lay her head down on my leg and want pets. If Kobe has her toy she playfully barks. He knows it and teases her a bit. They share toys very well, and take turns with no problems.  Precious loves carrying aroun stuffed animals. She is very freindly to everyone she meets.   They have not been kenneled in my home, and his foster mom has not had any issues. It has only been over a week, but they have not chewed anything or had accidents in the hosue, although their foster home is somewhat dog-proof. They did roam-free at their previous home as well. They are both good are very calm around children and will not jump on them. They ride well in the car.  Their foster mom feeds them about 10 ft apart, but they have not shown any food guarding.  The rescue was told that they should not be with other dogs ooutside each other, they both had incidents with other dogs at the shelter.  Their foster mom does notice they will bark when they see another dogs walking by them and they have barked at runners. They protect each other from unknown dogs. We would love to find a home without dogs that would adopt them together.  They have been together their whole life since they are littermates. Please consider opening up your home to Kobe and Precious. show less