Skeeter is a pretty little blue and gold Yorkie who was found as a stray and impounded by Animal Control in a rural Missouri Ozarks town. Although he was wearing a harness when he was found, suggesting that he was somebody's pet, nobody ever came looking for him and so he came into rescue.
He is a sweet and gentle little dog who gets along with most other small dogs. He has not been cat or kid tested. The vet thinks he's about 6 years old. Somebody clipped his body but left his facial hair long, so he looks a little strange right now, but when his coat grows back in he will be a very handsome boy.
Skeeter has been neutered, microchipped, heartworm tested (negative), vaccinated, de-wormed, dosed with Nexguard for flea and tick control and Heartgard.
His adoption fee is $100.
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