Flora is a sweet small or medium breed Terrier mix puppy. She turned 2 months old around the end of September and currently weighs about 7.5 lbs so we estimate she will be in the 10 - 30 lb range full grown, give or take. She is such a sweetheart, loves to play, and gets along with the other dogs in her foster home. She will make a great companion for some lucky person or family.
Flora's adopter will need to bring her to San Jose, Palo Alto, or San Mateo for spay surgery when she is old enough, so at this point in time we can only consider applicants who live within comfortable driving distance of these cities.
Flora is being fostered in San Jose. Her adoption fee of $300 covers her spay surgery, deworming, flea preventative and first vaccination.
If you would like to meet this dog, please download our adoption application here: tcrescue.com/adopt
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