“Motherhood is tough. If you want a wonderful little creature to love, you can get a puppy.” Barbara (WaWa) Walters said that. I’m not sure if you’re thinking about motherhood or not. But I am a little lovable creature that you can adopt to be your best (or next best) friend! I’m Marlow and I’m one of the Big Spring puppies. I’m a black & tan Schnauzer mix with natural ears and a natural tail. I’m about six months old and I weigh about fourteen pounds. I’m a timid boy at first and, until I warm up, I sit in the corner and watch the activities. Then, when I warm up, I’m ready to join in the fun! I can be very playful. I’m very sweet and I do enjoy attention. I just love being in your lap and feeling all of that love! I’ve shown no signs of play biting or anything like that so I think I might be a good fit with gentle children. I’ve been good with other dogs, I’m more of a submissive type, and I enjoy romping around in the yard when I can. I’m learning about a harness and leash…but I sure do like walks! I’m not quite crate trained and I’m working on learning house training skills. Piece of cake. Come love on a puppy! Click the ‘Adopt’ tab, complete your adoption application and put me, Marlow, as a dog of interest.
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