Matilda is a one of a kind little girl. While we are not completely certain of her heritage, although it seems there is some terrier mixed with an extra dose of super duper cute!! She is currently 23lbs at 9mths old and is all legs and ears (Sept, 2015). Her coat is a lovely brindle, and her smile is stupendous!
Matilda is an active, playful girl that adores other dogs but she is NOT good with CATS. She has grown up with other dogs and would absolutely love another one in her forever home, but they must be monitored upon meeting, as she gets overwhelmed when meeting new dogs. Someone experienced will do best with this, and we prefer no kids under the age of older teenagers in the home as a result. She loves to run around outdoors and wrestle with her besties, however, and then turn around and come inside for a good snuggle with them. You never see her without her best friends!
Matilda will require a fenced yard due to her strong desire to play hard and run around.
Matilda is house trained, although her forever family will need to continue being consistent with her training, as occasionally she will have an accident. She is also crate trained and rides well in a car. She enjoys walks and outings, as well.
Matilda is SUPER LOVEY with humans and adores them ALL! She is absolutely thrilled about vet visits, social time and anyone that notices her. If they don't, she says "HEY! I love you! Look at me!" She is a very happy girl who is always bright and cheerful.
If you think you'd like to meet our little bundle of happy love, just let us know!
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