Do you love all dogs? Are you a patient person and have a heart for a little pup who is fearful of new people? Are you willing to give this sweet, little girl the time and space she needs to understand you, her new adopter, are only there to love and cherish her? Well, have we got the sweet, little girl for you!
Meet Josafina. Josafina is a miniature Labrador Retriever. What, you say? There is no such breed...well, you’re right, but this little girl has the “look” of a mini-Lab. Josafina is probably a Dachshund/Chihuahua mix, but she has a feathered tail—maybe a long-haired dachshund? Anyway, she is 100% adorable. She is about 3-years old and weighs about 12-13 pounds. So, Josafina is the perfect small dog size. She is house trained and doesn’t need a crate because she such a good girl and really wants to be with her person.
Josafina is everyone’s “dream girl...” She has gorgeous, blonde coloring, dark brown eyes and long legs--long for her small size. She is good with other small dogs and is very submissive. Her perfect home is with someone who is home with her during the day...maybe someone who is retired. Her only fault (and it isn’t her fault) is she spent most of her life in a backyard with very little human interaction. So, Josafina is a little fearful of new things. But when she bonds with you, she is so loving and adorable. She just needs a little time to adjust to a new environment and to be with someone who is home to dote on her.
Do you want a sweet, loving companion who loves to curl up beside you or spend time outside with you lying in the sun? Then, you need to meet Josafina. She is everyone’s “dream girl.”
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