found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
My foster mom considers me the best cuddler in the world…I love to nuzzle your neck and give lots of kisses. I currently am allowed to sleep in the bed under the covers cause that’s where I feel most secure and I don’t take up much space at all. When not cuddling, I love to play fetch with my toys. My favorite is my pink crocodile (see my photo) that I try to take everywhere, even on walks! Even though I am in heaven cuddling, I do have quite a bit of energy and can be just as playful as I am loving. I walk very nicely when I’m wearing my harness and leash and I get to go on several walks a day.
Overall I am a quiet girl and don’t talk (bark) much except for alerting my foster family when someone comes to the door - so I am a good watchdog in that respect. It takes me a little bit to warm up to someone new, which they say is fairly typical of small breeds. But I do warm up pretty quickly and am never ever on the offensive. I have learned “sit” and my foster family has been training me not to beg at the dinner table, so usually I just lay down by their feet and wait patiently until they are done. They have even taken me to a restaurant where pups can be outside with their people and I did great with that!
You should know I am a bit of a "velcro" dog when I am with my humans – It could be because I was once abandoned and never want to be again…or it could be in my DNA. My foster family feels that I should be adopted into a home where I’m not left alone for long hours. If nobody will be home for more than 4 hours, it would be great if a dog walker could stop by for some playtime and a bathroom break, but I am completely fine sleeping through the night with no accidents.
So if you’re looking not only for a cuddle-bug, but also a little social butterfly and can take me places with you (I love going in the car), please contact Adopt-A-Pet so that we can meet.
My adoption fee of $300 includes: vet exam, heart worm test (neg.), distemper, bordetella and rabies vaccinations, routine deworming, flea control, microchip and spay.