Super Powered Dogs (Open) Mar 29, 2016 0:56:32 GMT
Post by Puery on Mar 29, 2016 0:56:32 GMT
The building Puery bought wasn't quite finished yet. The back office still had repairs that needed to be done, along with the upper floors, and the places that were finished were extremely empty, but those were small details in the grand scheme of things. Now she had a few small kennels set up along the walls in the middle of the main building.
Inside of them were puppies of various breeds her brother had been training. Honestly, at first, she thought he was just doing a normal dog breeding thing. Probably trying to create a new breed entirely. But nope! He had been training the pups ki techniques from as early as they could walk.
Of course, they weren't very strong. They were puppies for Kami's sake! But when they got older they would make excellent guard dogs and companions to the average, consistently training fighter. In total there were 10, the ones who weren't snoozing were either barking for attention or watching Puery curiously as she set up the last demonstration dummy.
That done, she put a sign in the window that read "SUPER POWERED PUPPIES: CHEAP" and walked back inside to release the little fur balls in a temporary holding/play pen. All of them were of various sizes, colors, and seemingly different breeds, but obviously they were all mutts with different personalities and temperaments - who knows how large some of them would grow to.
She leaned over the pen's walls as one of them, a scruffy little white fluff ball, floated upwards but couldn't get over the wall itself. She scratched at its head, "Don't worry little guy, pretty soon you'll be brought to a nice home."
The ones that weren't bought were just going to be sold off to a police department to be trained as police dogs, this day was just a test run to see if the average person would even want a dog like these. Well, average in the sense that they knew how to handle these guys, there was no way Puery was giving out dogs to schmucks who would probably just abandon them when it turned out they were a handful.