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Whitnee is available for adoption.
Whitnee is a typical little Yorkie girl. She has one speed FAST!
She runs to get from one point to another because she doesn’t want to miss a thing. A securely fenced in yard is a must for her since she does not like walking on a leash. She enjoys exploring her yard and loves sniffing out chipmunks, although she has never caught one.
She LOVES to eat and if she has the chance she will eat her foster brothers food too! She has not learned to share yet and will guard her food and bully stick. She gives a little warning growl when her foster brother gets too close to her things. She would do best as the only dog or live with an easygoing submissive brother or sister.
She is a very smart girl. Her ears perk up when we say: are you hungry, treat, who’s here and bye-bye. Although she’s not very fond of a car ride and will shake. We usually wrap her in a blanket and that seems to help.
Whitnee is a great watchdog. She will alert you when the doorbell rings, when someone pulls into the driveway, or even when we walk back into the room. She doesn’t miss a thing!!!
She likes to stay close by, observing your every move…. just in case you drop a crumb or two! She has a medical condition called IBD, which requires medication 4 Xs, a day, and a strict healthy diet, but this does not stop her from loving life.
Whitnee is a very smart girl. She usually does her potty business outside and when she does she gets a small piece of a plain rice cake. She can sit, stay, sit up and even shake her foster daddy’s hand.
Whitnee deserves only the best forever family that will keep up with her medication every day, and take her to the vet at the first sign of an IBD flair up. (vomiting or diarrhea) Only the best for Whitnee!!
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