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  1. We all know Chocolate isn't good for dogs, but "Chocolate, the Dog" could be GOOD for YOU! You know the old saying: "Put 'pat chocolate' at the top of your list of things to do today. That way at least you'll get one thing done." Oh wait, that's "eat chocolate..." Oh well. Adopt our Chocolate dog and do both. This handsome fellow was abandoned. His breed mix is perhaps Basenji and Australian Cattle Dog? This affectionate "large side of medium" 2-year-old is energetic and wants lots of love. Roaming about on adventure hikes would make Chocolate quite content. Why not let him sweeten up your life!!! CONTACT US
  2. Bubbles arrived at the Ranch as a practically newborn puppy, along with 3 other siblings, being carefully raised and nursed by another Ranch Dog, his mom Valentina. He's now about 5 months old and developing into a handsome young doggie! Mother Valentina is on the "small side of medium" so we expect he may, when finished maturing, be medium in size. A Spaniel mix, he's "full of himself affectionate" and loves to share "kissies" and cuddles. Bubbles needs to be YOUR BUBBLY PUPPY! CONTACT US
  3. Bongo, a 3-year old Pit Bull mix, was surrendered by his rescuers – it was realized that there was not enough physical space for him in their home. He's medium in size with a smooth, shiny coat. Bongo is a bit timid, but once he gets to know you, you're his best friend. He gets along with other dogs, and he will benefit from walking adventures, play and personal attention. We'll "beat the drum" for BONGO...he's waiting to help the tempo of your life to go more upbeat!
  4. 'Tis the season - puppy season that is. The Ranch has big puppies, little puppies, brown puppies, blond puppies, black puppies, white puppies... Want a cute puppy fix, just play and cuddle and take home a few sweet puppy kisses? Or maybe take home a puppy. Join us this Saturday for the Buena Vista Social Pup.
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