Flicka was adopted from Mazie's Mission as a tiny puppy back in 2010, and due to no fault of her own, she was returned to us in early August of 2016. Flicka is a very shy little girl and needs a special family to help her feel more comfortable. Because of this, Flicka would fit best in a home with no small children. Flicka loves to play fetch, and her foster mom got her a tiny little tennis ball she could pick up and play with. Flicka came back to us with severe dental disease and had to have 8 of her teeth removed! She has had her teeth cleaned and is doing great. She loves to snuggle under the covers with her foster parents, and prefers to be with people rather than her canine foster siblings. Flicka is potty trained, but she needs more frequent potty breaks when compared to larger dogs. Flicka is crate trained, spayed, microchipped and up to date on all vaccines and heartworm prevention!
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