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Dear Future Family,
My name is Rube and I am probably the sweetest dog you will ever meet. I love my belly rubbed and kisses on the head. Unfortunately I am very scared most of the time. I need a family that is willing to teach me that life is ok. I do best in a quiet environment until I get use to my surroundings. I am fine with dogs, cats and children. I am working on walking on a leash. Everyday I will walk a little farther. My favorite thing to do is chew on my special rawhides that my foster mom brings home for me. They are so yummy and I can't control my tail when I hear the bag open!
I sometimes go to work with my foster mom and I love all the attention I receive when I prance through the doors. Everyone loves to get on the floor and cuddle me. I literally smile because they all think I am so cute.
I would really love if you would take the chance to get and know me. I want nothing more then a Family of my own. My foster mom told me she will send me with lots of rawhides to make my transition easy. Please fill out an application so we can start our journey together!!!
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