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Northern New Jersey. Dog for Adoption. Shiba Inu. Coy.

Meet Coy. She's an adult Shiba Inu, and a total sweetheart. She lived in the woods until captured and brought to the shelter. At first, her rescuers mistook her for a coyote and thus her name. For a dog to subsist on forest food ( my term ) and to endure the dark and lonely nights, it has to be strong physically and emotionally. I don't think my chihuahua would last two days in the wilderness. This dog has good survival ability. But for all her tenacity and fortitude, Coy is one of the most serene dogs I have ever met. When all the dogs form a chorus, Coy is silent in her kennel, unruffled and in utter calmness. She's simply not an emotional dog. Coy also has an uncanny ability to raise both her hind legs when she pees! It's amazing. She's like a gymnast on the pommel horse. I love this dog. If you're looking for a companion, please give Coy a chance. UPDATE: Adopted July 15, 2009.

Bloomingdale Animal Shelter Society


SwitSexyThing said…
she is such a sweetheart indeed! so cute yet strong looking. i wanna adopt her! too bad she's therfe. but im sure she wont have any trouble looking for an owner. she's just adorable!

btw, the candare hearing didnt go well in up said nancy of cara. they have to prove that candare indeed wrote the blog entry in multipky and theyre having a hard time doing that coz the multiply accnt has been erased.
Ted Teodoro said…
Hi, thanks for commenting. I just emailed Nancy Cu Enjieng and sent her the screen captures of Candare's blog. I have completely forgotten that they were in my files. They show his blog and a photo of him. I even have one file just for a blown up photo of Candare, the same one that is posted on his now defunct blog. I hope it isn't too late for CARA to use them.

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