Lil Bit is a smart little girl! She is going to training class and picking things up very quickly. Her trainer says she has a very sweet temperament and a gentle demeanor, is very intelligent and will make a very loving pet. How can you go wrong with that? Lil Bit does currently think cats are good for chasing (in play), even though the cats disagree. She is being worked with to change her opinion. She was born January 19, 2015 so she's just a baby and much room to learn!
Oh, her special need? Like many dogs with too much white on the head/ears, Lil Bit is deaf. We would love to find her an experienced rescue or adopter. But we will also consider a very devoted adopter who will work with her. For a local adopter, she comes with a free 6-week training class at Oxford Exchange PetSmart to help you learn to communicate with each other.
(3rd pic is her mom)
'Young' is up to 3 years old. 'Medium' is 13 to 20 inches at the shoulder or expected to be. Fenced yard usually required and approved application always required. Visit or email for adoption application. Shelter phone often does not work, please use email link on this listing.
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