Hello! Thanks for giving me a look! My name is Kylie and I am nearly 2 years old and am a petite sweet pittie. I do have a urinary condition that is being addressed and my first surgery is Feb 1st. If that is successful I can go on and have a normal life with no more leaking, if not I will have to have further surgery.
So let me tell you a little about myself. I absolutely love people, even them little ones. As long as your kids can handle being around a tornado like me we s hould be fine. My foster home has a girl who is almost 6 years old, and we love to play together and she doesn't mind when I bump into her. Oh, and speaking of playing, I love it. I need to have a yard to run and run and run in. Fetch is awesome! I don't generally play with toys inside as I prefer to snuggle then, but I must have ones for outside.
I am a little curious around cats so please keep that in mind if you have kitties especially if you have ones that run easily.
I have had zero reaction to small dogs, I guess I just don't know what they are.
I was good around larger dogs but as I have matured into more of an adult dog and less of a puppy I really don't like big dogs and I don't want them near me. It is possible to also have something to do with me not feeling well, so please keep all this in mind when considering me. A meet and greet is a must.
My foster parents say I am a doll and will make a great dog for a family ready for me.
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