"My official name is Tinker Bell but my foster Mom rarely calls me that. She prefers calling me Tinker Tot, Tinkers or Tink. I don't mean to brag but she says I'm the best puppy she's ever fostered. I'm smart, playful, adorable, easy, and I love other dogs. What more could you want?"
Tink was rescued, along with her four siblings from a bad situation. They were owned by someone who had no clue how to properly care for puppies. When rescued, they were full of parasites and fleas. When Tink's rescuer/foster brought her home and bathed her she picked at least 300 fleas off this 8 pound puppy. Ever since that moment Tink has paid her rescuer back by being the best puppy ever. She is now parasite and flea free and ready to find a forever home.
As of October 1, 2016 Tink is approximately 3 1/2 months old and believed to be a Pit Bull mix. Her foster mom is highly impressed with her intelligence and outgoing personality. Tink already knows what sit, go potty and kennel up mean. She loves playing with her foster doggie siblings and loves all humans big and small. She also really enjoys going to doggie daycare where she has the opportunity to meet and play with new doggie friends. Tink has been very well socialized with other dogs and humans big and small. However, she can be a little shy at first but perks up and is raring to go after a few minutes.
Tink is still a very young puppy and would greatly benefit from obedience training. With just a little training the girl has the potential to be a superstar. Tink is crate trained and potty trained. She would do best in a home where she has a doggie buddy or two to play with. She will be fully vaccinated, spayed and microchipped.
She is estimated to be 50-60 lbs when full grown.
Tink is located in Houston, Texas but is available for out of state adoption. Her adoption fee is $200 plus the airfare which is estimated to be $375.00.
Please contact Jan Barnett with questions about Miss Tink: firstname.lastname@example.org
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