Idaho, the second-largest dog-breeding state in the country, is home to about 3,000 of its 1.4 million breeding dogs, making it the most dog-friendly state in America.
And Idaho has been home to a dog-loving governor, Matt Mead, since 2009.
Dogs have made Idaho the dog-happy state, and with the addition of the new breed, it looks like it’s not far off from becoming the most-dog-friendly of the dog states.
The Idaho Humane Society has been working with the city of Idaho Falls to establish the city’s first-ever dog park, a free, all-inclusive place to play with your new friend.
And DogCity, a dog sanctuary in nearby Boise, has opened its doors to all dogs of any age.
The park is open to the public and is a great way to meet new people, and for people with pets, the park offers a place to meet up and learn about new things to do in the city.
For dog lovers, Idaho has become a dog paradise.
The state has a total of 2,500 dogs, including more than 1,100 that have been rescued.
Dogs are the heart of Idaho.
Dog owners can enjoy a variety of dog-related activities including petting zoos, dog shows, a petting zoo, and more.
And in the spring and summer, the dog lovers flock to the Boise Zoo for the best in dog fun.
As DogCity and other animal rescue organizations work to get Idaho dog lovers back to the dog they were meant to be, the state will continue to grow and diversify its dog population, including in the breed itself.
And dogs like Bo, a 12-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier-mix, will continue their success story.
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