Meet Boop Bonded To Beep
Meet our two newest sweethearts, Beep and Boop!
Beep and Boop came into the shelter as two very scared and nervous girls, having spent most of their lives without human interaction or socialization. The more time our staff have spent with Beep and Boop, the more outgoing, loving and friendly they have become!
Once these pups get to know you, there is nothing they love more than to spend all day by your side, snuggling and playing! Beep loves to share her toys and will bring you all her favourites for you to play with, whilst Boop showers you with kisses from head to toe! This energetic pair always get the zoomies and will need a home that is prepared to help them burn off all their energy on long walks or in an enclosed yard.
Although Beep and Boop have come so far in their journey, they are still extremely shy and anxious around new people. Their human will need to have has lots of time and patience as they may take days, or even weeks, to comfortably settle into a new home. A quiet and calm environment would be perfect for these girls.
If you could give Beep and Boop the second chance at life they so deserve, come and meet them today at the West Vancouver Shelter from 12pm – 3pm!
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- Days in care: 77
- Approximate age: 2 years old
- Pet Type: Dog
- Breed: Whippet / Labrador Retriever
- Colour: Blonde
- Weight: 11.4 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA West Vancouver, West Vancouver B.C.
- Animal ID: 563027
- Bonded With: Beep Bonded To Boop
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
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