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Astro Ahoko 

Status: Available
Adoption Fee: $250
Gender: Male
Age: Young (1-5 Years)
Size: Tweenie (12-16 lbs)
Color: Red
Coat: Smooth
Part of a Bonded Pair
Astro is the dominant one of the two. He is a loving dog and the one who likes to fetch a ball and play. He does get excited when he meets new people and gets along with everyone. He loves to cuddle with his brother in their kennel or under any blanket he can find. He also loves to sunbathe in the backyard.

Rocket (brown one) is a little shy. He gets excited when he meets new people and sometimes pees so we ask people to let him get used to them a little before they try to play with him. He is more reserved than his brother but doesn’t like to be without Astro. He also lives to give kisses and lives to cuddle.

The boys have never been apart. They are fully kennel trained and you can find them under their blankets during the day if they aren’t sitting by the windows. They sleep in the kennel at night but would love to be in a bed with someone too. They understand words like outside, kennel, potty and come. They sit by the door if they need to go potty and are mostly potty trained (although accidents do happen). They have been raised around kids 5 and up so they are comfortable around kids. They love to lay around but also chase each other around the backyard daily. They are loving loyal pups who want the same from their owners.

They can not be separated as they are brothers who have never been apart.

Sponsor Astro Ahoko

PO BOX 591819 HOUSTON TX 77259
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