This dog's fosterhome is located in: Winston-Salem, NC
Meet "Miss Riley" a sweet and loving young Rat Terrier mix who is bursting with playful energy! Miss Riley is just a pup at 5 months old and ready to find her forever home. She weighs 14 pounds with long legs, tipped ears and beautified sable markings. Miss Riley gets along great with the other three dogs in the house, but her favorite is her golden retriever foster sister. They play nonstop until they drop! Miss Riley was abandoned at a kill shelter after she was passed off to her second owner. Maybe she was misunderstood due to her lack of hearing. She is completely deaf, but her disability does not hold her back. Miss Riley is ready to please. She enjoys her rope and sneaky toys and runs and plays with the other dogs and children in the house. When tired she is ready to cuddle up with her foster family for rest. Miss Riley is doing great with house training, learning sign language and walking on a leash. A fenced in yard would be ideal since she will never be able to be off leash. Miss Riley would do best in a home that has other dogs and children who are not timid and are ready for for an active and fun loving pup! She is so happy, full of life and grateful to all that show her affection. If you are ready for constant entertainment, companionship and fun then Miss Riley is your girl. For more photos of Miss Riley, check her photo album: http://ImageEvent.com/coram/missriley
If you are interested in adopting, please go to our website and you will find an application and more information about our organization and our foster dogs: www.ratterrierresQ.com. Thank you!
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Our adoption fee for adult dogs is $175. Puppies six months and under are $200.
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