Posted 5/25/16, and pictures taken 12/10/15. Yapper, a Pug/Chihuahua mix, was one of the 62 dogs that were at the Quitman Sanctuary that I helped at the beginning of 2015 to place 52 of the dogs after the elderly husband had been in and out of the hospital several times, and they needed to get their numbers down. Several rescue groups helped by taking the dogs that they could place, and I took about 8 all together, and still have 3. Yapper was estimated to have been born around April 2005, was spayed on 3/28/07, and last weighed 21 pounds on 1/7/15. I brought her to my location on 1/19/15. It is unknown if she is house trained, but the other dogs I've adopted out from that location did well at their new homes. Yapper does yap, but not constantly. She has to have something to yap at, and her yap sounds just like the word. She loves her food, and to get attention. I think she is funny to watch, and brings a smile to my face every time. She is still active for her age, and runs around like a young dog. She would make a great companion dog, and still has many years left to give love to a person or family.
D.O.B.: ? April 2005
Weght: 21.0 - 1/7/15
$25 adoption fee.
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