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Darius Hopeful youngster, Labrador Retriever mix, neutered boy, 1 year.  Darius is joyful and full of enormous loving potential.  He is housetrained & crate-trained.  He survived severe deprivation in his previous home.  Please give him an exceptionally steady lifestyle routine so that he knows he will never go without food or attention for long periods of time again.

Darius Hopeful youngster, Labrador Retriever mix, neutered boy, 1 year. Darius is joyful and full of enormous loving potential. He is housetrained & crate-trained. He survived severe deprivation in his previous home. Please give him an exceptionally steady lifestyle routine so that he knows he will never go without food or attention for long periods of time again.

3/13/2017 Hero needed, Maltese & Lhasa Apso, neutered boy, 10 years.    Kouros is a little gentleman with tremendous loving potential.    He is good with other dogs and may adjust best in a home with a big sister or brother dog.    He is recovering from cruelty.  He is improving every day, but he is very intolerant of anyone touching his face.  Very experienced, adult-only home needed for continuing progress.

3/13/2017 Hero needed, Maltese & Lhasa Apso, neutered boy, 10 years. Kouros is a little gentleman with tremendous loving potential. He is good with other dogs and may adjust best in a home with a big sister or brother dog. He is recovering from cruelty. He is improving every day, but he is very intolerant of anyone touching his face. Very experienced, adult-only home needed for continuing progress.

Puer aeternus is Latin for eternal boy, used in mythology to designate a child-god who is forever young. Like all archetypes, the puer is bi-polar, exhibiting both a "positive" and a "negative" aspect. The "positive" side of the puer appears as the Divine Child who symbolizes newness, potential for growth, hope for the future. The "negative" side is the child-man who refuses to grow up and meet the challenges of life face on, waiting for someone to solve all his problems.

Puer aeternus is Latin for eternal boy, used in mythology to designate a child-god who is forever young. Like all archetypes, the puer is bi-polar, exhibiting both a "positive" and a "negative" aspect. The "positive" side of the puer appears as the Divine Child who symbolizes newness, potential for growth, hope for the future. The "negative" side is the child-man who refuses to grow up and meet the challenges of life face on, waiting for someone to solve all his problems.

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