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PUMPKIN - A1095555 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 11/14/16 A volunteer writes: Pumpkin looks like a big puppy, deeply asleep in his kennel. I scratch him behind the ears and he wakes up, all surprised. Let’s go, little boy, for a walk around the block. Pumpkin likes a gentle approach. He seems to be a bit shy when someone comes abruptly to him. He walks very nicely on the leash, wiggling cutely his tush, wagging his little stub of a tail and not forgettin

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SUZIE_A1094874TO BE DESTROYED 11/08/16 Wiggle-butt alert! Everyone make some room for sweet, sweet Suzie. It’s impossible to spot 2 year-old Suzie in her kennel, greeting you with her very best full-body wiggle, and not break into a smile. And that wiggle has staying power! Down the hall, up the stairs, on a walk to the park, or free in a pen, Suzie continues to wiggle

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Darla is an adoptable Neapolitan Mastiff Dog in Aurora, CO. Darla is an adorable, 1 year old, Blue, female Neapolitan Mastiff. Her entire body wiggles as she wags and she is a very happy girl who lov...

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via the daily puppy Puppy Breed: Golden Retriever Jackson is a sweet and playful golden boy who enjoys running and burrowing in the snow. He loves to play fetch, and is very good about sitting straight for a treat. Warm baths, bananas, and hugs make him melt. And he loves to wag and wiggle when he sees friends. Since Jackson only knows winter, and no other season, he is excited for spring and learning what swimming and hiking are all about.

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Cardigan Welsh Corgi - This is the Corgi that wags, not wiggles. The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is markedly different from the Pembroke: It is larger, longer bodied, has rounded ears, a naturally long tail and comes in more colors.

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sometimes... and then sometimes you just see a look of guilt for something they have done -you have not yet discovered. :)

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