What a cute little mop of a pup is Zoe! When she runs and plays chase, this girl is too adorable for words.
This bouncy young girl can be very affectionate with her human friends, jumping on their legs for attention and petting. She does have some guarding issues, though, and so may not associate well with other dogs or kids. And she hasn't been observed with cats.
Zoe walks well on her leash and is content to hang out alone without destructive behavior. And she seems house trained.
She will do best in a low-traffic home with patient adopters who understand her need to adjust slowly to new environments. Our behavior team will always be ready to provide free advice and assistance.
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