found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Say hello to Cinnamon Stick. He's a 2 year old Yorkie Poo. He weighs about 8 lbs and that's the perfect size to fit in your lap. He would do best with a family with children over 12. Cinnamon Stick's foster mom reported this to us: 'Cinnamon is a great dog and we have come to really love him. Cinnamon is shy with new people at first but he will warm up quickly. Once he overcomes his shyness, his sweet personality really comes through. He's pretty laid back. He is kind and very loving. He will make an awesome companion. Cinnamon is a big sweetheart. He loves attention and wants to be a constant sidekick. He is okay with any other dogs he meets. He doesn't shed very much and will let you brush him without getting upset (I brushed/cut mats out of his ears and he just sat there willingly and let me). His coat is also super soft. Cinnamon is both house and crate trained. Cinnamon loves to lay on the couch next to you, get his belly rubbed, and kiss. We haven't seen him play with any toys yet. We started working on 'sit' but it's been a little slow going as he's not very food motivated. He isn't always very interested in eating. One thing that has helped is putting a little water on the kibble and then he will eat it more readily. He may do better with a mixture with some canned food. He is a social eater and likes someone to be standing near him calmly while he eats. I think Cinnamon could thrive with almost any kind of family. He does like to be near his humans so living with someone who wouldn't be gone all the time would probably be best for him. We have seen no evidence that he is intolerant of children, but that is supposedly why his previous owner gave him up.' He has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm and fecal checked, dewormed, and is on flea /tick and heartworm preventatives. His minimum adoption donation is $295.
To learn more about him and our adoption process, visit our website:www.wishbonecaninerescue.org.