Looking for a little bundle of love in a tiny tail wagging package? Then stop your search because we have the perfect pup for you. Say hello to Pinwheel! Pinwheel arrived at The Barking Lot in March, 2016 with a small group of pups from Moreno Valley. Pinwheel immediately showered our volunteers with love upon his arrival at TBL and showed us right away what a loving, happy-go-lucky pup he is! At just over one-and-a-half-years-old, Pinwheel isn’t a puppy but he definitely still has that puppy-like zest for life. Seeing a familiar or friendly face is pretty much all it takes to get this little lover’s tail wagging. Given his stubby little legs, big ol’ ears, and handsome mug, we think Pinwheel is a blend between a Chihuahua and a Cavalier King Charles. He has a short chestnut and white coat, and coat is low maintenance and easy to care for. Pinwheel gets along great with other dogs, and loves to play in the yard with his buddies. He currently shares a kennel with three similarly-sized friends, and the four can often be seen engaging in a game of chase in our play yard or snuggling together at night on their fancy Kuranda bed. Pinwheel walks well on a leash, enjoys a good car ride, and loves to play. Fully-grown at around 10 pounds, he would make the perfect addition to any size home. Pinwheel would be a fabulous companion for walks around the neighborhood or trips to a local brewery, and we know he would also love visiting local dog parks for a romp with new friends. If you want a big personality in a little, loving dog, then submit an app and come meet Pinwheel today!
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