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“Back in April me and my husband, Nick, came in and decided to adopt a little, itty-bitty terrier that was named Sherman at the time. We later renamed him Max. From the moment he was placed in my arms he immediately started licking my face and didn’t stop until I eventually told my husband that there was no way I was leaving there without him. And from then on he has been nothing but a bundle of love and energy!

Me and my husband already had two dogs. An 8-year-old pit/boxer named Nala and a year-old German Shepherd/Husky named Rogue. Naturally, we were a bit nervous about bringing Max home considering he was smaller than their heads, so we prepared to have a long introduction period and was prepared for all outcomes. However, we didn’t have to worry at all. The moment I walked in Max jumped out of my arms and he and Rogue immediately become best friends. Both dogs were gentle and protective, showing him the ropes and all the best dig spots in our yard! It’s almost impossible to see one without the other now.

I also must say I was incredibly surprised that he was so easy to potty train. From the beginning he only wanted to go outside. Mainly only having accidents by the door if we didn’t get there in time. I’m not sure if the shelter ended up training him a little, but kudos! Never have I had such an easy time potty training!

He has been without a doubt one of the most loving pets I’ve ever had. Always either playing or curled up in my arms, he has been the best addition to this family.Thank you guys so much!”


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