I have a girl aged 8 (spayed) & a boy aged 16, my boy has a heart murmur and arthritis, unfortunately the vet feels that even with the medication he's on he is in the final stages of heart failure. my girl wouldn't be happy as an only dog, she loves having her friend by her side. So i am looking for a new addition to the family, not to replace him :( but to make my girl more comfortable when he passes away. I'm looking for the short nosed type true to there breed like my 2 are. I don't mind what age but preferably under 7 years old as I don't want to have to go through losing another one soon. I have a big garden and a 2 bedroom house. I can send photos of this if needed & can also keep in touch if wanted with updates and photos. thanks in advance.
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