Hi! My name is Pia as my foster mom said I needed a short, cute name to match my size (I'm only 5.6lbs) and personality! Even though I found myself in a scary place called a shelter, once my foster mom came and got me, told me she would help me find a forever home where I would never end back up in that scary place, I almost always have a smile on my face. My two most favorite things in the world are to be held and to go for walks … my third is breakfast/dinner time :) I don't bother the cats as they are much larger than me and I get along w/ the other small foster dogs here. I also keep my area and crate clean. If you would like to meet me, please go to www.bcaaofnj.org and fill out an application … I'll be waiting!
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