Weight: 8.5 lbs.-----------
Health: Even though she is a young adult, she had to have a lot of teeth removed due to the crappy food she was eating and the lack of proper dental care or any kind of health care. She is doing great now and is not showing any signs of poor health. She is really perking up and appears to be in very good health.------------------
Temperament: She is curious and follows you around will come up to your hand sometimes but has to cornered to be caught. We are handling her as much as we can trying to teach her that not all humans are mean. She has a long ways to go but I just know with the right patient person, she will become the princess she was meant to be. Her hair is growing in so nicely and she is looking prettier every week. Now if we can get her to be brave, that would round out her life and make her a normal silly dog. She is a total pain in the butt to groom. She is pretty sure I am going to kill her so she fights me. She may have to go to a professional groomer for a while since they have devices to help retrain them during grooming. Good thing she doesn't get dirty much and hardly ever needs brushing. She stays clean for a long time. ---------------
Where did she come from: Puppy Mill---------------
Ambitions: To find the perfect furrever home------------------
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