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Timmy is a male Chinese Crested-Powder Puff. Breed experience is preferred. He and his brother were kept in a crate together and very rarely were brought out of the crate therefore he is now scared of everything...everything is unknown and new to him. Timmy is a very gentle boy and even though he is scared he does not show any signs of aggression. He loves to snuggle with another dog(s). Since in foster care he has started to open up a bit by galloping around the other small dogs in the home, he started to sleep in bed with other dogs and a human, and he recently slowly walked on the leash for his very first time in his life. The foster family is working on his house training skills as well as the leash skills. Timmy will greatly benefit and flourish in many areas as long as he goes to a patient and understanding family and home with at least another dog to show him the way to live and the way to accept and want human love. Another dog is a MUST. The elderly owner was not mentally well and thought she was doing the correct thing. They were fed properly even though they did not receive the social, physical, and emotional care they deserved.
If you are interested in this sweet dog please fill out an online application at www.camppapillon.org/application.html. Your application will not be processed until such time that the required photos have been submitted. Once we have received your photos your application will be processed immediately. Please understand we receive multiple applications and our adoptions are not on a first come, first serve bases. If the pet you have chosen has already been adopted we would be more than happy to process your application for a future adoption.
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