Puma & Nike

Puma & Nike

#11045,11046
Retriever, Black Labrador/Mix; Retriever, Black Labrador/Mix
Female; Female
31 lbs (medium); 37 lbs (medium)
Status: Adopted

These two friendly competitors are sure to knock your socks off. In some ways they are a lot alike – strong independent females, Labrador Retriever Mixes, both enjoy short walks and are learning all about city life. However, when the competitive side takes over they can be quite different – Puma lives by the motto Forever Faster, while Nike lives by the affirmation Just Do It! At the end of the day when it’s time to relax, take their shoes off, and let their paws out, they are the best of friends with nothing but love for each other.

Puma & Nike’s adoption fee has been waived!

Nike and Puma are a laid back and friendly pair of gals! They enjoy meeting people and other dogs, and are also doing well with our two shy cats. They will do well in a home with or without other furry friends.

The doggies are great walkers and seem to prefer slightly longer walks than many seniors (1-2 miles is better than 1-2 blocks). They are well-matched in size and pace, and easy to walk on leash together. They show no signs of being ready to slow down after two miles, which is the farthest I’ve taken them, but definitely not their limit. Nike and Puma have now mastered going up and down stairs, which I understand was something new to them when they arrived at Muttville.

Both are alert, curious and affectionate. They enjoy scritches, roll over quickly for belly rubs and have fabulous appetites. Puma is bit of the leader and has an especially playful personality, as well as an adorable skip in her step when she’s excited. Nike (who I suspect may actually be a bit younger than Puma) still plays with toys.

The girls share a very sweet and gentle disposition. Puma seems especially concerned by the plight of dogs in need and will make a sweet little whimper when we pass by a home with a dog barking in the window, or if a dog passes us without stopping to say hello! Nike and Puma are otherwise quiet, rarely bark and sleep through the night on dog beds on the bedroom floor. They are housebroken and also trained to use a pee pad if you leave one out overnight. They don’t seem to experience separation anxiety from humans at least provided that they are together.

This fun pair is going to make their future forever family extremely happy!

We’re delighted to report that Puma & Nike are currently in a loving and caring home!

 
 
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