Jordan is a female yorkie who acts like a puppy! I think she is around 7 years, but you would never know it. She has been exploring all day! She is doing great going out to potty, but may need additional training. She has been doing well here in the fenced yard. She likes to go outside! She is around 20 lbs give or take and has a lot to say! She is very friendly with people and other dogs. She does need a fenced yard, because of her background. If you are interested in Jordan, go to our website and submit an application. She is the sweetest little gal and would be a great addition to any home! She if fully vetted and ready for a new home. Adoption donation is $200
Update 3/9/2016: Jordan is a very busy little girl: Chews material goods. Thinks they are her treasures. She has a high prey drive and is a barker...she loves to be outside in the fenced yard and barks at anything that she sees. Can not be adopted to a family who lives in an apt or has close neighbors. Must have a fenced yard! That said, Jordan is very sweet and loves attention.
Original Listing: Jordan is approximately 8 years old. She was surrendered to us from another rescue so we don't have a lot of background information in her. She is spayed and up to date with shots, will be HW tested and microchipped before adoption. She is not house trained at this point, but LOVES to be outside so we are hoping she will get it. She is a sweet little gal, sleeps in the big bed and is active. She needs an all adult home with no cats. If you are interested in Jordan, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. NO PHONE CALLS!
Donation is $200
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