Sheldon is one of those young min pins that is always happy. His tail seems to be in a constant wag. You can't help but hug and kiss him. Sheldon is a good puppy that doesn’t chew on things or get into trouble when left alone. Sheldon is always curious and loves exploring but also loves his humans and will cuddle under the covers with you at the first opportunity. He gets along with both small and large dogs and would love to go to a home with a playmate. Since he is still a puppy he does need a home that will give him a good amount of exercise and one on one playtime with his humans and toys. He loves his toys! Sheldon is semi-housebroken with a doggie door but still needs supervision to make sure he doesn’t have accidents. He can be a bit of a barker if not given the proper amount of stimulus, but daily walks, exercise and playtime will curb that. If you are looking for a young dog that will grow up to be a part of your family forever Sheldon is the one.
Note Sheldon is located in the Sacramento, CA area. We will fly this boy in cabin with Adopter only.
IMPS Tag: 28744
ADD DATE: 09/15/16
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