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joined 6/29/2010


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Sanjuro
Bodacion
Sanjuro the Liver & White Male Bodacion / Stands 25 inches tall / Weighs 65 lbs / Born 12/12/2006 in La Conner, Washington, USA / Lives with Reva in Greenbank, WA (United States)

 


Spayed/Neutered
No (Spay & Neuter Information)
Microchipped
Yes (Microchipping Information)
Nickname(s)
Sanji
Came From
Family/Friend
Personality
Very outgoing and smart
Favorite Toy
Chuck-it whistle ball
Favorite Hobby
hiking in the woods and beaches
Favorite Food
chicken and cheese
Favorite Treat
chicken & yam treats
Favorite Trick
finding another dog's ball
Favorite Place To Sleep
his bagel bed right next to me
Favorite Place To Play
at the beach
Favorite Place To Walk
local farm trails
Likes
family and friends
Dislikes
unusual foods
Sanjuro's Story & Details
I have had three purebred Dalmatians, and when I saw the ad for these puppies I wanted one immediately. I am a pet sitter and I knew this would be a great combination of brains and versatility. There were only six puppies in a litter bred on purpose by sheep farmers. The mother, Border Collie, was a powerful herder, so they bred her to a neighbor's Dalmatian in order to mellow her puppy's temperaments towards small livestock. These are Excellent dogs around children and animals. The brains and focus of the BC, mellowed by the "all for one and one for all" family attitude of the Dal. There were two liver and white pups and four black and whites. I only wish I had bought two! I would love to find another or breed my boy. Sanjuro is named after a Samurai who stood up for the underdogs.

Sanjuro's Puppy Pad



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