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Nina is an incredibly smart, loving, loyal and funny dog. I recently found out I am having twins, and we are unable to keep her. We do not have a fenced in yard and have been taking her for little walks in the morning, middle of the day (no more than 8 hours), dinner time and before bed. She has grown accustomed to a comfortable life, mostly because she is such a good girl and I want to snuggle with her on the couch and in my bed! She has never lived with another dog before, so alone would be ideal. She has never been around children. She is not used to being in a crate at all, but we do have one we use for emergencies if we have movers or workers in the house. She will not pee or poop in the house, she just lays in the couch during the day and welcomes you home with a great big smile and tail wags. We will provide you with the first bag of food she likes (she is sensitive to chicken and grains), but the food she eats costs the same as most. We will also provide you with her current nylabones (one is peanut butter filled). She works on those for months and they are essential to her happiness and calming her nerves.
Making the decision to find my Nina a new home has not been easy, but when the twins come in May, I will be unable to care for Nina. We do not have a fenced in yard, so even taking her out for a pee break and a quick walk with two infants in the house is impossible.
Nina has a good relationship with her current vet. She does not have any issues except for the occasional itchy ears (we will give you our homemade remedy for that as well.)
My husband and I are happy to answer any questions and would love you send you pictures and videos of our girl so you can get a sense of her personality. I am super emotional as I am writing this because she is such a wonderful dog and deserves a great life. She had one with us for 6 great years, but life is changing and our backs are against the wall. Feel free to text me (Amanda) at 610-659-1107 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not need to let her go before Spring, but understand if you would like to develop a relationship with her and see if she is a good fit for you before then.