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goldendoodle mini for sale in little rock ar He was a human dog!My best buddy. Everyone in my family and extended family loved him. He looked like a puppy until he died at 12 1/2. He got Lyme disease and anaplasmosis which he then got cancer but it was the Lyme that took him out. I miss him everyday. So smart. Walked off leash, easy to train, lots of energy but most happy being with his person. He loved people and all animals. Everyone says he was the sweetie at dog they ever met. I had so many offers to take him. Friends called him Hollywood .

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My Mom latched on to her head and Mambo slowly backed up. My Mom was UP!Lots of 'Good Dog' from me Mambo's Favorite treat and Mambo pranced along side of my Mom to the bathroom. That one behavior was the start of it All. Mambo figured out at that Moment, her place in life. Soon she was helping my Mom get up every time, and not long thereafter Mom almost tumbled down during a walk, but reached for Mambo a little hard and I think hurt Mambo a little, but Mambo did not go down, and neither did my Mom. I guess out of a sense of self preservation, Mambo quit prancing and started paying attention.

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