Want a little dog who is sweet, loving, and a perfect, portable companion? Then we have the pup for you! Meet Ondira, new to The Barking Lot as of September, 2016. Ondira came from Southeast Area Animal Control, along with a few small buddies. Upon first meeting Ondira, all of our volunteers swooned over her tiny size (only about 6-7 pounds) and her gentle, loving nature. Besides having an adorable face and goofy, fat Doxie paws, Ondira’s tail never stops wagging. As soon as she sees someone, new or familiar, her little tail starts wagging at a mile a minute, as she works her way from lap to arms to face for kisses! Given Ondira’s beautiful black-and-tan coloring, short legs, chubby paws, and floppy ears, we think she’s a nice mix between a Dachshund and a Min Pin. At four-years-old, she’s also fully-grown at about 7 pounds, making her the perfect pup for someone who is “on the go” and wants to make sure their pup accompanies them everywhere! Ondira gets along great with other dogs, and shares her kennel with three other similarly-sized pups. At night, you can often find Ondira snuggled in the very middle of her kennel mates, as she’s a great “pack” member. Ondira is great with people, too, and is overall, just a very friendly, happy-go-lucky pup. Ondira’s small size makes her perfect for any living situation. She would love a home where she can accompany her family members on outings around town, to brunch and coffee shops, and for strolls in the park. She also would make an amazing snuggle partner during late night Netflix marathon sessions! If you’re looking for a happy, friendly, adorable, tiny pup, look no further than Ondira! Submit an app and come meet this cutie today!
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