Meet Missy! She doesn't go anywhere without her little brother and partner in cute, Duke. They are a package deal, and you're in luck because this duo couldn't be sweeter. Missy has a playful spirit, loves walks and hanging out outside. Duke may be a bit more of a curmudgeon who takes some time to warm up, but when he does, he's all about the cuddles and he won't be shy to grab the spot next to you on the chair or couch! These cutie-patooties have lived with big and small dogs, and Missy does great with all of them! They also have the same favorite pastime: cuddling!
MORE ABOUT MISSY
(**See Duke's profile for more information about him)
Age: 10 yo/spayed
Weight: 12.5 lbs.
People-friendly: Missy loves to meet anyone, though she may be a little submissive when she first greets you. Duke takes a little longer to warm up, but he will settle in and then claim his spot next to you for cuddling. They both greet all people with a friendly face and a happy waggle-waggle.
Dog-friendly: Missy gets along with dogs of all sizes, no problems! Duke has some alpha tendencies with other males, big or small, so a home with smaller females or no other dogs would be great for him, as long as his sister was in tow.
Cat-friendly: Duke focuses a little too much on the cat at times. We recommend a no cat home or one with a cat that’s dog savvy and will welcome slow intros.
Pottytrained: Yes. Both have been trained to use pee pads in the past.
Kennel trained: Gets a bit anxious in one; better when left in a room to free roam.
Any specific medical issues: These guys are healthy, happy little pups!
Does he like or get any special treats? Smaller, chewier treats.
She likes: Cuddling!
She hates: Missy is pretty easygoing, so she likes pretty much anything!
Favorite thing to do in the house: Cuddling and following her humans around.
How she shows a quirky side: Missy, will, on occasion, hump legs. Duke is a cuddler, but tends to be a bit protective of his area on your lap.
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