Hi, my name is Sidney and I’d like to be your new friend! I am a little guy, but most people think I am the perfect sized dog. I am very laid-back and would love nothing more than to take a long nap snuggled up with you after a quiet stroll through the neighborhood. In other good news, I am house trained and crate trained. My foster mom leaves me in the kennel during the day when she is at work and she says I do a great job in there. Sometimes I need a little nudge to get in the kennel but I never argue about it. My foster mom hasn’t tried to leave me out of the kennel unsupervised yet, but I think I’d do a good job. Also, I have learned my name and I sit well when asked. My foster mom is working with me to learn other basic commands, and she says I am very smart so I will learn quickly. I love all kinds of people, the big ones and the little ones. I also get along great with dogs, as they are my own kind! I like when I get to go to the dog park with my foster mom and sister. My foster sister likes to run and catch the frisbee, while I prefer to trot around and meet all the people. If we skip the dog park and take a walk instead, I do great on a leash! I walk well and do not pull. My foster mom thinks I should teach my foster sister some leash manners! I am pretty quiet and don’t make a lot of noise, but sometimes I do whine a bit when I first go in the kennel, but that’s just because I don’t want you to leave me. I settle down quite quickly and wait patiently for someone to come home. I am a very outgoing guy and I want nothing more than to see you smile. I promise I would make an excellent companion for any person or family that would have me! Please pick me!!!
Sidney's adoption fee includes: Rabies vaccination, DHPP vaccination, bordetella vaccination, de-wormer, 4DX heartworm/tick disease test, spay, flea and tick preventive (while in rescue), heartworm preventive (while in rescue), pre-paid micro-chip, and a full veterinary exam. Adoption fee: $300.00
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