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From the tips of her dramatic, perked ears to the tip of her tail, Clover resembles an ivory carving of a dog, so pretty, so perfect. And that face! Have you ever seen a happier face? Apparently, happy is more than skin deep with Clover. She simply IS happy. And this former stray is more than just a happy face. She is clever and a very quick study. Despite being both diabetic and blind, she learned, on her first day at the Haven, how to navigate the stairs from the deck to the yard. She quickly learned her way around the vast expanse of gardens and the locations of all four bridges spanning the creek. Now the Haven is HER haven! Because she loves her walks so much, she does more than just go for a walk, she prances! And always with that same sweet, happy face.

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Jack was a stray from a northern humane society. He is approximately 10-12years old. He obviously had a good home situation sometime in his life. He is well trained and very affectionate. He is eager to go out for a walk on a leash, always glancing behind him to make sure you are there. He does not bark, very quiet and gentle. Likes to play with certain dogs and loves people.

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