Dog looking for a loving home

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CUaaron25
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Re: Dog looking for a loving home

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Shouldn't there be a cute dog photo on this thread somewhere? :-k
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CUaaron25 wrote: Mon Jul 06, 2020 3:16 pm Shouldn't there be a cute dog photo on this thread somewhere? :-k
Yes! Agreed. Also y’all should chill a little on the shade — everyone’s entitled to their own view on what it means to adopt an animal (and what level of commitment it requires). Whether you agree w/CaptCO’s pt of view or not, there are undoubtedly others who hold this view. Attack the viewpoint, not the person.

I hope the dog finds a great home, and I applaud OP for doing whatever it takes to find one.
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Re: Dog looking for a loving home

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big_red_pride wrote: Wed Jul 01, 2020 2:35 pm Good afternoon fellow hikers!

I have a dog that is in need of a good home. Her name is Piper, she is a mutt. Piper is a medium to large size breed and weighs about 45 lbs. She has red fur and light blue eyes. Piper is about 2 years old and loves being outdoors. She would make a great hiking companion for anyone who loves hiking 14ers or even just local trails.

Piper has a lot of energy. So I would recommend her to a family that has older children. She used to be with my family, but she was rehomed because my 2 year old was afraid of her. She has been trained and knows all the basic commands.

I forgot to mention, Piper is in Colorado Springs.

The current family Piper is with is moving and cannot take her, so they have reached out to me to see if I knew of anyone who would be interested in taking her in.

I hope I'm not breaking any forum rules, so I apologize Bill if I am.

Please PM me if you are interested and I can set up a time for you to meet this sweet girl.

Thank you,
Stephen
Reposting to see if anyone is interested in adopting Piper.
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