Animal Friends Presents: Capone and Gotti!

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Loving life would pretty much sum up how you would be greeted from Gotti and Capone, our favorite duo! They are 2 and a half years young and have been together since birth. Their size is going to play a huge part in finding their perfect forever home. They not only need space to enjoy the life they deserve but also daily exercise (mental and physical) to keep them socially happy.

These two walk together very nicely at a pace that is enjoyable. They both wear Sensi harnesses and we  recommend that they go home with these tools because of their sizes. Capone and Gotti were never socialized very much with other dogs before, and get extremely excited when they see one in passing! They are very treat motivated and can be coaxed along their way with their favorite snack of Natural Balance.

We don't recommend crating these two. Instead, we suggest giving them a room to stay and play in when no one is home. Gotti and Capone will need to have a lot of attention as they don’t care to be left alone, especially when they are separated. 

Training classes would be highly recommended to have them on their best behavior. They know the basic sit command but are capable of so much more with time. These are two very special dogs that are looking for a warm loving home to call their own! Could it be yours?

Click here to watch Capone and Gotti's video. Then come down to Animal Friends to meet them!

Capone and Gotti has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. If you can help, come to Animal Friends at 562 Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 or call 412.847.7002. You can also start your application online, so get started by clicking here!

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