BARNABY is an approximately 6 year old, neutered, chocolate-colored miniature schnauzer / yorkie mix. He is a cute little button with a spunky personality!
BARNABY likes to collect toys and tug-o'-war is his favorite game. He prefers to sleep on a doggie bed (or on the bed with you) and he does not like to be kenneled. He enjoys daily walks or running around the back yard, rolling in the warm grass and exploring every new smell.
BARNABY likes to lay next to you or be picked up to cuddle; belly scratches are the best. He would enjoy being an only pet; however, he would be okay with a like-sized companion with proper introductions. He is a home protector and will bark at anyone that comes to the door.
BARNABY needs time to get used to a new environment. He has shown food/toy aggression and would not do well around small children.
BARNABY was found on a main street in a suburb to the north west of Houston. He was dodging traffic and chased into a neighborhood for his own safety. With a lot of time and patience, he was finally leashed and taken to a foster home.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in adopting, please complete an adoption application at www.HHFRescue.org. Thank you for considering a rescued dog!
The adoption fee includes vaccinations, bordetella, deworming, rabies, spay/neuter and microchip. There is an additional $10.99 fee for Home Again for a lifetime registration of the microchip. If adopting a puppy, the rabies and spay/neuter will be done at the same time by our vet once they are 4 months old and billed to us. It is against the law in the State of Texas for a rescue not to be sterilized so we have to make sure it gets completed and that we have record of it.
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