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Hi, We found this dog on the street and we would like to

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Hi,

We found this dog on the street and we would like to find out what breed/s it is because I need to post an ad on craigslist and give it a good home.

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Hello, thank you for using this site to help you with your problem. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I have been in the dog field for 25 years. It will be my pleasure to help you today. Please understand that I may send an information request so that I may gather what I need to better help you with your problem. it looks like a spaniel mix not a full bred dog. I would be very cautious of Craigs list as many people look for bait dogs there, meaning they will say they will give it a good home but they train dogs in dog fights and dogs like this are used as bait dogs. Your best bet is to find a no kill shelter as it looks young. They will keep it until a good match is found and they do thorough background checks and home checks on the adopters

 

 

You will also want to bring him to a vet to have him scanned as he may be micro chipped and that will tell who the owner is

 

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Hi Chris,

I'm just following up on our conversation about your pet. How is everything going?

Sally Grott