Dog Personalities – Disaster Twins: Yoyo and Yasmin, and their mom Paige

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Named years ago by an employee, the disaster twins, get along well because Paige their mom is a great mother figure and keeps them inline. They absolutely hate being separated and protest even temporary separations of only moments. They are infamous for their silly antics in their kennel. One of their favorite activities is a multi-part game that happens when they are let out of their kennel daily. They start with Yasmin at the lead running around the kennels at least 2 to 3 times at full speed with Yoyo closely behind, and Paige just keeping up enough to see the action. Every time Yoyo thinks she is getting close to catching her sister she will pull a fast one and cut in-between the kennels or change directions. Paige by this point has stopped and will catch her by waiting, or will change the action altogether depending on her mood by come over and lick whoever let them out.

The other part to this funny little game is Paige is smart and agile enough to sneak away from her daughters and run to the front of the house where she will open the door and come in to say a quick, “Hi,” to everyone before running back outside to catch back up with her daughters before they even know she is gone.

These three girls are in constant motion when let out of their kennel to play, and are non-stop fun to have out.

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