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Comet/Ash- ADOPTED

BIO: Aug 6, 2019 - AGB generally does not adopt two strange dogs to one home at the same time. But this family wanted two dogs and we didn't have a bonded pair. Quinton and Comet, however, have similar, easy going, friendly personalities and we decided to give them a try in foster together. They immediately hit it off playing and running and just loving each other, and became very close during their foster time. Quinton is mostly "Quinn" and Comet is now "Ash" and they are avoiding too much sunshine with their black coats down on the east coast of Florida but still living it up. These young boys are showstoppers and promise years of joy ahead. ******************************************** Hello, I'm Comet. Just a little bit of puppy adorable, they tell me. No, better make that a whole lot of puppy adorable! I've just arrived at AGB; the human baby of the family I lived with was allergic. The AGB folks say they can't think of enough good adjectives to describe me: sweet, adorable, precious, gentle, etc. etc. etc. That's funny! I'm a 9 month old flat coated retriever with a beautiful black coat with a touch of white on my chest and a gorgeous big blocky head which people seem to go ga-ga over. I weigh 68 pounds and I'm heart worm negative. I've been vaccinated and I'm just about to be neutered and microchipped (so you can always find me!). I love other dogs. I'm still a puppy and naturally need a little training but I've been told I will be an excellent companion. I'm house trained and crate trained. I'm walking on a leash and I like it. I love to play and eat but the very, very best thing I love is belly rubs. You give belly rubs? Then I'm your boy! Please don't wait; I want to spend every puppy moment learning to love you and be your wonderful pup for the rest of my life.

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