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July 14, 2015 - Update

 

 

Our wonderful girl Emma has finally found her forever home!!! This lucky girl will be spending the rest of her life living on a walnut orchard with her retired new dad.

She will have plenty of room to run and play and a stay at home dad. He is even going to buy her a golf cart to either run behind to get exercise or if she gets tired, she can hop on in and go for a ride!

What more could a girl ask for?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adoptee 263
Adoption fee $45
Boarding/Training donated: $3,295

 


March 30, 2015

Emma

 

Emma comes to us from the great people at the Calaveras County Humane Society. Per her DNA test, one parent was a purebred American Staffordshire Terrier and the other was a Rottweiler/St Bernard.

Hmmmm.... we do not see the St Bernard part but regardless of what breed she is, she is a wonderful girl. Emma has not met a person or dog that she hasn't liked!!

 

 

Emma is about an adult female and she has a very pretty black brindle and white coat. She loves to play with toys and practice her obedience. She has mastered all of the basic commands and has even been going on our evening pack walks. She gets along with all dogs big and small, male and female.

The people who owned Emma, prior to her coming to us, said she was an escape artist but we have not seen that here at the ranch. She could easily climb over or dig under our fencing and she has not. She possibly was just not happy where she was living.

 

 

Emma would definitely chase cats and it is unknown if she would harm one if she managed to catch it. Because of what we have seen here with our resident kitty, Emma should go to a home without cats!

Please give us a call if you would like to come out to the ranch to meet this great dog. Marge` 209-223-3194