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LOCATION: Burnsville MNHi my name is Quedo (keydough) and I find myself loosing yet another home. In my senior years no less but it seems my owners are going to be doing a lot of moving in the next years and will not always be in a place that will take a pet!I am a loving girl looking for a home to rest my weary bones. I have very few teeth and my saliva has stained my face. My foster mom is working on this with a home remedy that seems to be doing the job.She was told I do not get along with other pets so was bit apprehensive about bringing me home as she has SIX other dogs of varing sizes and ages, but after a couple days of adjustments all is well. When they get in my space I tend to do my stay away from me and snap but it is nothing I act on at all.They also said I was so afraid of storms and lightening that I would poo all over the place. We went through on heck of a storm here a while back and I did pretty good. Everyone else in the house was calm and we are in a room downstairs as sheilded from the noise outside as possible so I was ok. We even stood at the door and watched the light show!I need to be muzzled at the vets and groomers but am very loving to my family. My new foster mom has brushed me and as long as she is gentle through the rough spots I do ok there as well.I am cautious with new adults but after a few minutes warm up. No kids for me either they are as annoying as other pets.I am up to date on my vetting, HW negative and healthy. I walk a bit stiffly and am on supplements for my joints I do well on the leash no tugging.I was orignally found by ERU walking the streets of Baltimore and my garbage grazzing memories still stick with me. So foster mom has to keep all garbage out of my reach.I really am low maintenance. I bark in the morning until fed and them same again at supper time but then do not bark. I sleep all day and night...up and moving only when it is time to eat or go outside. I love to wonder the yard looking for those rabbit raisins...all her furkids seem to like them.I stay all day un re-strained in the house and have not made a mess once and foster mom is gone for 10 hours on work days.So please if you have a quiet loving home that you want to share with a quiet (except at meal time) senior please contact Roxanne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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