Mrs. Beasley as she is affectionately called, was a recent mother dog to a beautiful litter of cutie pies. She nursed and raised them all with such a great attitude and love that we know they will go on to new homes and families with the best of character and good natures because of her. This smart girl is a Jack Russell/Rat Terrier mix that is said to be 3-4 years old and weighs in at 17 pounds. She is a fast learner and has been taught commands in a very short amount of time. Her foster mom says she is a charming girl and is wonderful with all other creatures, dogs and cats alike. Her favorite thing in the world is to sit next to you and just share the world and time with her humans. But when able this girl will also play and is always ready to go for a walk on the leash. She prances and dances with delight if she thinks you will have some walking time on the horizon. She is also a sweet alarm to let you know when someone strange is at the door and therefore makes for quiet the nice and loving alarm system. Mrs. Beasley is no longer in the baby making business. We know she has had a few litters in the past but these future days and years she will be basking in the lap of love and luxury with a new family which we feel will be just around the corner for her. Could that be you!???
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