Peanut's stats: male, Chi/Pug, young adult, HW- ,10.5 pounds, does have some pelvic injuries that need time to heal.
Here are some comments from some of his caregivers in Mississippi:
'Peanut is kennel trained, and such a sweetie. It may have taken him all of 5 minutes to win the hearts of my pet sitters!'
'Don't let his name fool you, this guy has a lot of personality and a big heart. He wins you over with his gorgeous smile, and you become putty in his hands. I feel like he would be an amazing companion, and he like so many others needs someone to love and support him. Do that, and I promise this little guy will not disappoint you in returning the favor!'
Hi! My name is Peanut, but Ms. Lori calls me Nut Nut. All in all, I’m a pretty amazing little guy! Don’t get me wrong, I’m as humble as the day is long. A while back I had an injury to my pelvis which landed me in the shelter. It was pretty nice there, I had plenty to eat, my boo-boo was getting mended, and I had my very own job! Now I know what you are thinking, yea know that I’m too adorable to be put to work! Ha! I loved my job! I worked in reception and learned that I am a real people person. It was very pleasing work, I got to see all types of animals and meet some new friends. That’s what brought me to Russell Rescue. Ms. Regina knew that I was an amazing little guy and took me home with her for a little bit. I get plenty to eat, and am well cared for, but long for a family of my very own. I like to cuddle, and more importantly I am as loyal as they come. Take a chance on a young man like, there is just so much personality in this little body! So take me home and let’s see where this goes!
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