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After tremendous thought and many sleepless nights, I have made the painful decision that for my peace of mind and their quality of life, I must rehome my two beautiful pitties, Gemma and Elsa. Both are 2 years old (birthdays are within a month of each other), spayed and micro-chipped. They are due for vaccinations which I will take care of this week. They are the most wonderful companions for me and for each other; hence, THEY MUST STAY TOGETHER. That is one condition that I must be assured of. I am single and work long hours and can no longer maintain my home, large yards and them the way they all need to be maintained. It is likely that my hours at work will be increasing in the near future and these wonderful dogs deserve to be with a family and in a home where they will be given adequate exercise and love and attention. They love to be outside and it is such a joy to watch them run and play together but they are truly indoor dogs and I will only let them go to a home where that will continue to be the case. They are housebroken and well-mannered, they know some basic commands (sit, shake, come) and love to go for walks on leashes but because they are both so strong, it has been difficult for me to walk them together on a regular basis. And I can't leave one home and take just the other...I tried that a couple of times but could hear the howls clear down at the end of the block by the one left behind. They have been raised around cats and small children but because of their size and strength, I've kept them crated during the times when my young grandkids have visited. I have two older declawed indoor cats and both dogs adore the cats but I've never let the dogs loose in the house alone, I've always stayed nearby to monitor the interaction with the cats. Never had any problems but didn't want to risk anything happening either. I'm inclined to recommend a family with kids at least 7 years of age or older just because of their strength, they are not aggressive in any way. They would do wonderfully with an adult couple too.
There is a rehoming fee of $300 and that includes crates, bedding, leashes, toys and food. Please contact me if you have any specific questions or have a serious interest in meeting Gemma and Elsa. I am not on a timeline to find a new home for them. I will only part with them if I find the right family and forever home.