From the stray dog in Mexico to Barking Lot pup waiting for a forever home, meet Brianna! Brianna arrived at The Barking Lot in September, 2016 with a small group of dogs from Mexico. Brianna’s rescue in Mexico was a bit harrowing, as she was spotted running amongst traffic in Mexico until a good Samaritan pulled over and rescued her. At the time of her rescue, she was very scared, underweight, missing hair, and had a few fleas and ticks. Our rescue partners in Mexico spent several months helping her get healthy before sending her to The Barking Lot to find her forever home. At 7 months old, this Corgi/Pomeranian mix is still a puppy and has a whole lot of puppy love to give. While she’s a bit shy, as soon as Brianna gets to know you, her tail starts wagging every time she sees you and she likes nothing more than to crawl in your lap and look at you adoringly. She is also pretty playful once she feels comfortable! Brianna is a beautiful puppy, too, with a soft, cuddly, cream-colored coat that won’t require too much in the way of grooming. Brianna currently shares her kennel with three other similarly-sized pups and loves the company of her dog friends. Brianna’s only about 9 pounds, and shouldn’t be bigger than 13 pounds once she is fully-grown. Her small size makes her the perfect pup for most living situations, and she would be an ideal companion dog for someone looking for a puppy sidekick. Think Brianna is the type of pup for you? Submit an adoption app for her today!
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