My name is Lapin. That’s French for rabbit because I have big ears.
Size: small – 20lbs
Breed: Corgi/Chihuahua mix
Age: 3 years
Looking for a cute blonde with soulful brown eyes? If so, we should meet! My name is Lapin. That’s French for rabbit because I have big ears. I love to be around people, especially men. I follow my foster dad around everywhere and prefer his lap over my foster mom’s. If his lap isn’t available, I’ll squeeze myself into the chair beside him. If I can’t do that, I’ll hang out in foster mom’s lap. Don’t get me wrong, I really like my foster mom, she gives me treats and loves on me and I spend a lot of time with her during the day….but when foster dad is home, I like to hang with him.
My heritage is mixed since I’m a cross between a Corgi and a Chihuahua. I am house and crate trained. I am a total love bug and I’m always happy! I get along with other dogs (big and small) and like to play. I don’t chew things up that aren’t mine and I take treats very gently. At night I sleep in my crate with the door open, but I would really like to sleep in the bed with you and wake you up with kisses. In the morning, I stay in my bed until everyone is dressed and it’s time to go outside.
I’m a great dog and I can’t wait to meet my new family. If you would like to meet, please put in an application at www.angelsrescue.org. I’m looking forward to meeting you!
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