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August 16, 2014 - Update



Our wonderful little girl Minnie is off to her new home in El Dorado Hills with one of our clients/friends. Minnie will have two kids to give her all of the love and attention a little dog could ask for!






August 6, 2014



Minnie hails from the Amador County Animal Control and Adoption Center. We named her Minnie because she looks just like a miniature Rottweiler. We did a DNA test on her and it turns out she is half Australian Kelpie!

Minnie is a wonderful little girl that won Auntie Marge's heart the moment she set her four paws on the property!!



Minnie is a little sponge when it comes to learning her obedience! She loves to be with people and really enjoys her lessons. She gets along great with all of the Twin Cedar pack.

In a few short days Minnie has mastered all of the basic obedience commands. Her surrender paperwork states that she is house broken, good with children but not good with cats.



We have not tested her with our cats but anytime she sees our Savannah cat Gabby down by the kennels, Minnie shows a lot of aggressive behavior towards her.

Because of this, Minnie should go to a home that does not have cats!!