Laura Lee is a mix of dachshund and chihuahua, weighs around 14 lbs. and is somewhere around 8-10 years old. She is a super calm, sweet, easy dog. She gets along with other dogs but really doesn't interact too much with them and totally ignores my cat. Laura Lee loves to go for walks and is absolutely perfect on a leash. The rest of the time, she prefers to be on her dog bed and take naps, lay outside in the sun or just hang out with me. I have not had her around children but think she would be fine around older children. I think very active children may be too much for her - she would prefer a calm, quiet home since that is her personality. She came into our program with Little Moonlight who I believe is her daughter or younger sister. They do not have to be adopted together but it would be wonderful if they were. She is a quiet dog. I have not heard her bark yet. She was not housetrained when I got her and we are still working on that. I believe she was kept outside as her skin on her belly is very tough and looks like she has had a hard life. It took her a while to cross over the threshold of my home but she is very grateful to be inside now. She does have a little separation anxiety so she would need to be crated when you leave the house. Or you can take her with you, she is great riding in the car. I love this dog and want her to get a wonderful, caring home. She will make someone an excellent companion. Laura Lee is fully vaccinated, spayed and microchipped and ready for her new family. Make a donation in this dog's name at http://www.angelsrescue.org/donate. For inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org. An Adoption Application for this dog can be found at http://www.angelsrescue.org/pet-forms/dog-adoption-app.asp and can be submitted online. Be sure to like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/angelsrescue.
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