Hi! My name is Bingo! I am a Pekingese. I am a gorgeous, fawn colored fellow. I am 7 years young. I am quite nervous around kids so I should probably go to a home without children.
I am ready for my furever home.
I want a family of my own to love and cherish. Could that be you?
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11/13/16-From the foster mom-
We call Bingo our little lion around the house! He was very shy and unsure when he first got to our house, but has really opened up. He seems pretty scared of our toddler, and I'm not sure he would do well in a home with lots of commotion. He would certainly be fine with kids coming to visit, as long as they respected his space. The loud toys seem to really startle him more than anything. I envision him in a home with a retired family. He has a lot of spunk left. He tries to play with us a few times a day by play bowing and being silly. He is potty trained and kennel trained. I could see him in a home with or without dogs, he seems rather ambivalent about the dogs in our home, but it could be he just hasn't had a chance to get to know them. He is very food motivated and loves his treats!
My adoption donation is $ 300 + $ 20.63 Tax.
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