found a new home!
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for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am purebred and not good with kids.
Lily Ann, or "Lily" is black and gold and will always look like an adorable puppy with floppy ears and a long tail...."tushie plummage"! She came to us because her former people said she was not house trained. However, we have not found that to be the case. She is definitely pee pad trained, and will pee outside as well. She has had only a few accidents, but they are not often at all. She is pretty close to being almost fully house trained and at her young age she is pretty certain to get it.
Lily recently went to the vet and she got the full service! All shots (except rabies which is not due until August), fecal, heartworm test, microchip implant, blood work, and her spay. The only thing she did not get is a dental, since as a very young dog her teeth are still white and shiny!
We initially were not sure whether she got along with other dogs, because she had some issues with one of the resident senior dogs. However, that is not the case. She gets along with the dogs in her foster home just great, and she loves the cats as well. She plays all day long with a 5 month old kitten. Lily Ann is rambunctious and likes to jump on the other dogs, so if you have a senior dog that doesn't appreciate that, she might not be for you. Lily loves to play fetch and she can do that all day long. Lily is VERY active. Please keep that in mind when applying for her. She is not a dog for someone that has a sedentary life style. She needs to be walked daily for a good long while, and needs someone to interact with her as well on a daily basis. A fenced yard would be ideal for her with room to run and play. She will have this energy level for probably the next 5 years or so. Lily's ideal home would be with people who are active and enjoy playing, that have other animals she can play with. Older, well-behaved children are fine, please no toddlers or young children.
Please keep in mind that Lily is a young dog, and Yorkies can easily live to be 14 years and more, so she really needs someone who can make a 14 or 15 year commitment to her to be there for her for all those many years.
Here is the You Tube link to see Lily playing with the cats: