This sweet girl is being surrendered back to rescue after she was beat up by the other dogs in her house. Mazie is a sweet, beautiful little girl. She is very shy, mainly due to simply being neglected early in life. Once she warms up though, she will not leave your side. She is never agressive, just frightened at times. She loves to snuggle and just be close to her human. She is potty trained, but if needed, is also fairly well trained to go on potty pads.
Mazie adores other dogs and is continually learning and emulating others behaviors. She has also really started bonding with my Chi, and it would be great if there could be another little dog in the home with her. Because she is so shy (frightened at times) and because she is so small, a home without small children is best.
She is a gorgeous little girl with lots of love and affection to give. She just needs someone willing to be patient with her while she learns to love and trust.Giving a dog like Mazie a chance to thrive is such a great feeling as an adopter. Mazie will be waiting for your application.
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* PLEASE NOTE - Even though Mazie was beat up by dogs she should have another dog in the home that is not aggressive. A dog that is low key and would like to cuddle with Mazie. She was very badly abused by previous dogs in her home but does gravitate towards sweet low key dogs.
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