Intake date: September 18, 2016
Approximate Age: 7-years-old
Weight: 7.5 lbs
Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with kids: Yes
Silky-soft Shiloh is an absolute dream who brings a lot of delight to his foster family! He’s an adult Pomeranian who’s approximately seven-years-old and tips the scales around seven pounds. He’s great with cats, kids, and other dogs!
Did we mention that Shiloh is a dream? He really is! He already knows his name when you call him, understands all his basic commands, and walks well on a leash. He’s already housetrained and hasn’t shown any behavioural issues in his foster home! Sometimes car rides make him a bit nervous, but a loving family would certainly help with his confidence!
Shiloh loves treats (but what dog doesn’t?) and really enjoys playing with other dogs, so a home with a canine companion would make him really happy. He’s a pretty relaxed and easygoing dog, so Shiloh would fit in well in most households. He has so much life and loveliness in him, and can’t wait to find his forever family!
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING A POMMY COUNTRY RESCUE DOG, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE [WWW.POMMYCOUNTRY.ORG] TO FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION. The Adoption Application is your FIRST step to take, just fill it out – and one of our volunteers will contact you if we feel you’re a good fit for the dog. Adoption fee: $375
** All Pommy Country dogs have been spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, dewormed, and vaccines up-to-date prior to adoption. Pommy Country will ensure that all dogs we adopt out have had a complete medical examination and any necessary dental work completed prior to adoption.**
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