29 Dec 2016: Guess who is looking for a home! Adorable SQUIRT!
Squirt is professionally trained. This adorable girl has come so far during the weeks she has been in training. She is an A student! She has worked hard on her training and has been very successful. She definitely likes to please. Squirt is ready to find her perfect fit. Squirt will need a committed person who understands that it is more then just taking Squirt home. Continued structure on what she has been taught will be the key to success for Squirt. Her trainer wants to make sure that the fit is a good one and would like to meet Squirts potential foster or adopter. A handling session in North Brunswick NJ with Squirts trainer would be needed. There will also be a private training session at Squirts new home so everyone is on the same page on what will keep Squirt that A student at home. Squirt is a year old. She is a little pittie who is simply adorable and will be a wonderful family addition. Although Squirt has been introduced at training to other dogs and does well with her trainer in attendance, her trainer feels she will best as an only dog at home. Children who are older and mindful will be her best fit. If you think you are the right fit for Squirt please fill out an application for her! http://nycsecondchancerescue.org/app-form/#j
(see link of Squirt in training :) https://www.facebook.com/Dynamic.K9.NJ/videos/1100444430051132/
Pretty Squirt has something to say! <3
What's a girl gotta do around here to get some attention and get a home? Ya think it was easy sticking my paws in this crazy outfit? Not to mention sitting still, while all I heard was .. Squirt sit, Squirt look at the camera, Squirt wanna treat look this way! (sigh) All I was thinking is take the picture already and hurry up this Santa outfit is pretty itchy! Well maybe you don't know what an awesome doggie I am and that's why I still don't have a family. My name is Squirt, yea go ahead with the jokes. I know Squirt means tiny or little in that Human dictionary. I'm petite, little.. yep and the best part about that is I don't take up much room. Oh and I'm really smart too. I mean I had it going on before I went to training, BUT now I'm a Rock Star! I love to listen and I love everything I learned with John my Trainer. He tells me all the time how proud he is of me. John explains it perfectly, he says I have come a long way. John says even though I am doing well with his helper dogs at training He would like to see me as the queen bee in a home. I would loved to be spoiled and be center of attention! I mean I have so much love to give a family no one is gonna miss having another dog anyways when you see how awesome I am. I enjoy people, and kids who respect doggies. A family.... boy that sounds so amazing. How about giving me a chance? I mean if you don't give me a chance I keep making John Rich while I wait for a family to love me. Come on humans fill out an application for me! http://www.nycsecondchancerescue.org/app-form/
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