Louise is a very beautiful terrier x. She looks like a border terrier crossed with a smaller and redder terrier, maybe norfolk terrier. She is about 4 years old & 13#. She has been here over a year and has gotten shy of strangers. However, once you get to know her, she's a friendly little dog who loves to have her tummy scratched. Very sweet and loves attention. She hasn't been aggressive. She loves to sit and watch the world go by. She should be a good lap dog!
Unknown if she's housetrained, and doesn't seem to be leashtrained. Fine with other dogs, unless she feels like she's being picked on.
In her last pic, you can see a bit of the leopard brushing she got when she and other B&B dogs participated in the Pasadena Grooming Expo in February. She was very well mannered.
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