Who is cute, sweet, little, and a perfect companion pup? Struffoli, that’s who! Struffoli has a sad beginning to her story. Her former owners moved out of their home and left Struffoli and her buddy Friti in the home to fend for themselves. Luckily, TBL was notified and agreed to take both pups in and help them find their forever homes. Even though Struffoli didn’t receive the best treatment from people previously, you would never be able to tell by her adorable, sweet, affectionate personality. This gregarious girl is incredibly sweet and loves to cuddle! At two-years-old, she is past all that puppy nonsense but still has some of that typical puppy “zest” for life. A teeny thing, Struffoli weighs in at a mere 10 pounds, which makes sense given her presumed Chihuahua/Beagle heritage. Struffoli has a very pretty, cream/tan colored coat that is short and easy to care for. She gets along great with other dogs, and currently shares her kennel with three other similarly-sized pals. Struffoli would love a family who is prepared to make their pup an integral part of the household, taking her on outings to local coffee shops and for brunch dates on Sundays. Struffoli is an awesome little girl who is just waiting for a family to restore her faith in the concept of a “forever home.” Want to be the person to be the real family Struffoli’s been waiting for? Then submit an app today!
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