Tia Dalma is a sweet Border Terrier/Jack Russell Terrier mix who is about 1 and is happy to be done nursing her litter of 5. Tia is an amazing loving energetic dog who brings enthusiasm to everything she does. She loves other dogs so much she will run at them and slide under their faces on her back so she can lick their mouths in submission. She is quiet in a crate, great on a leash, and can climb a chain link fence in 20 seconds flat. The only reason she climbs out is to come find her people. She is fine in a 6 ft privacy fence and couldn't be happier than to lay out in the sun with a hoof to chew on. She is not a destructive girl, and wants to please her family so much. She would love to go to an agility class, or anything involving water. Tia loves a kiddie pool to wallow around in, and sticks her whole face in to blow bubbles. We imagine a family who fishes, or kayaks would have a great friend in Tia. Tia is not a super hyper dog, she is just up for a long walk or a game of chase the dog with the fun toy, or happy to learn a trick or two. Tia would love a family with kids!! She is drawn to them like a magnet, and bonds to them immediately. She is being fostered with a 3 year old and loves to lick her feet and make her squeal and giggle. She is all love, and is great with other dogs. NO CATS FOR TIA. She chases them and can't back down from a growling hissing kitty despite wanting to do the right thing. Tia has a low allergen no shed wire haired coat that would be great for a family with allergies! Would you like to meet this 22 lb ball of fun? www.arrowdogrescue.org/application fill out our online application and we will set up a time for you come meet her in her Central Illinois foster home. Her adoption fee is $275 and she is fully vetted including spay, all shots, microchipped, fecal and heart-worm negative, flea heart-worm preventative given monthly.
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