Baby Girl is a tiny, sweet pup who is a little shy at first, but has such a warm loving spirit. She is part of a bonded pair with her pal, Bonnie, and really relies on Bonnie for comfort. We want to keep these two pups together, so will only adopt them out as a pair.
Baby Girl is crate trained, and still working on her housetraining. She's fine once she settles in, but can have an accident when she gets too excited or scared. She just needs some time to trust and settle in.
This sweet pup loves to cuddle and gets along great with other dogs and young kids too. When she wants attention, she's learned to paw at her human. She is currently enjoying a kong and has started hiding them in her crate as her prized possession. She enjoys chasing the squirrels in the yard, but is more of a low to moderate energy dog.
Are you looking for two snuggle buddies who are built in companions and will keep each other company while you are at work during the day? If so, please consider apply for Baby Girl and Bonnie today.
BREED ESTIMATE: Jack Russell Terrier/Chi mix
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT: ~8 lbs
APPROXIMATE AGE: ~2 years
COAT TYPE: Short
ADOPTION FEE: $525 (for the pair)
OTHER INFO: utd on shots/spayed/hw negative
LOCATION: Fairfax, VA.
FOR MORE INFO OR TO ADOPT: Please go to http://adopt.ddbnova.org and complete the application.
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