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MINI SAUSAGE DOG SEEKS FRIENDS!

ARE YOU:

* Someone with a dog-friendly dog who would like another dog for company?

AND/OR

* Someone retired and misses companionship from an animal but can't take on the full responsibilities of owning one?


Are you living in Southfields or anywhere along the DISTRICT LINE (Wimbledon-Notting Hill) or CENTRAL LINE (Notting Hill-Shepherd's Bush)?

The idea is that rather than being at home alone all day, the two dogs or person+dog can keep one another company when owners at work. Hiring a dog-sitter to pop in for an hour is too short but this is a great alternative with benefits for both parties.

I have a young Miniature Dachshund who loves company - human and animals alike. What do you think?

If you're interested, then  Mail-me  and tell me why. Highly trustworthy, dog loving people only. Don't forget to leave your email/contact number!

Thanks and a very Happy New Year :)

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