Lillie is available for foster or adoption. We are a foster-based rescue and always looking for fosters! Lillie is currently fostered in the Orlando area.
Lillie is a young girl, approximately 30 pounds, and our best guess is that she is a red heeler mixed with a rat terrier. Lillie is one of the sweetest dogs her foster parents have ever met. She loves people very much, and gets very excited for attention. Her favorite activities include playing with other dogs, playing with toys, and cuddling/giving kisses. Overall Lillie is a goofy fun dog!
Lillie came to the rescue with limited training, but in the past couple of months she has come a long way. Typical for the breed she has a lot of energy, and will need a home that can give her ample stimulation. She has been going on longer walks, and has been doing very well. She also loves spending time in the backyard exploring and running. She has also learned several basic commands, and we have crate trained her. She is motivated by positive reinforcement and food. She is house trained and gives you signals when she is ready to use the restroom.
Lillie has no aggression (food, toy, etc.) and is very social with our two dogs. If she is in a multiple dog household it is recommended that she is with younger/playful dogs. She can be a little pesky with our dogs since she always wants to play, and more laid back dogs could be annoyed. She has also learned a healthy respect for cats, and her interactions with kids have been very positive. She would be a great dog for an active person or family.
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