June 28, 2016


Critter Chronicles: Brittany & amp;Whitany

Whitany and Brittany were taken from a Southern Ohio county dog pound that boarders Kentucky. This pound is so rural that most dogs don’t make it out alive due to lack of adoptions, small facility and overpopulation of dogs. There was no way we could let these cute sweet babies die so young alone in a pound. The dog warden said he found them running loose on a country road. Whitany has a tail, playful and loves to play with other dogs. She is very sweet and always happy. Brittany has a docked tail and is smaller then her sister, Whitany. She loves to snuggle and follow you around the house. She is a very happy puppy who just wants someone to love her and hug her. They are good with kids and other dogs.

BREED/DESCRIPTION: Welsh Corgi/Jack Russell terrier mixes
SEX: Female
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, spayed; shots current
AGE: Puppy, 4 1/2 months old
SIZE/WEIGHT: Small, less than 26pounds
ORGANIZATION: Multiple Breed Rescue
CONTACT: Amy at amy2002buckeye@yahoo.com
WEBSITE: www.MBROhio.com

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