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The Cirneco Dell Etna
Why Is the Cirneco Dell 'Etna a Special Choice for a Special Owner?
This elegant and robust breed is special in aspect and in its behavior; the Cirneco Dell 'Etna is a medium sized dog whose skills focus around hunting, scenting and exploring. Also, its sight and hearing are very sharp.
The Cierny Sery
The Cierny Sery - An Intelligent and Loyal Friend
A perfect family dog but also a great companion for singles, the Cierny Sery is loyal, intelligent and reliable.
Loving and friendly, this dog will become part of its family and can get along with children very well
The Chow Chow
The Chow Chow – Children’s Furry Friend and Fierce Protector
Chow Chow is a breed very appreciated by adults and children alike. Mature dogs of this breed are usually quite small and have the appearance of puppies - this is how it can be explained why they are so loved all around the world.
The Chiribaya Shepherd
The Chiribaya Shepherd – An Ancient Dog Breed Used for Herding
Although many believe that the Chiribaya Shepherd is an extinct dog breed, others consider that some very rare dogs of this breed still exist.
Animal Shelter details for Golden S Rescue, Inc.
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Golden S Rescue, Inc.
818 Hamlin Rd
Easley, South Carolina 29642
501 c 3 non-profit k9 equine rescue sanctuary.
Non breed specific, capacity for 80 - 100 dogs on site
In fosters. Transportation available for pick up with 1-2 days
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Animal Shelter Facts
Did you know that the number of cats and dogs entering shelters each year is estimated at 8 to 10 million?