Prepare to be overwhelmed by cuteness as we introduce you to Beebo! Beebo arrived at The Barking Lot in June, 2016 from San Bernardino County. Beebo initially pretend like he was a bit of a shy guy, but upon getting to know him further, we have learned that Beebo is just a laid-back kind of guy who likes to kick it with his favorite people and pups. At just one-year-old, Beebo is at one of those perfect ages – past all the crazy puppy stuff but in the prime of his “teen” dog life. At that age, this Jack Russell Terrier/Border Terrier mix is fully-grown, weighing in at 13 pounds. Beebo’s coat is all Terrier, as it is wiry (and adorable) and will require some semi-regular grooming to keep it tangle-free. Speaking of his coat, Beebo is very handsome and has a beautiful tricolor coat that makes him quite a looker. Beebo gets along with other dogs, and currently shares his living space with a few pals. He also is part of a larger playgroup of “littles” and likes to cruise around the play yard, catching some sun and hanging with his pals. Beebo is amiable with humans, as well, and enjoys being picked up and hanging out in the lap of someone he loves. This little guy walks well on a leash, and as his Terrier heritage would indicate, he’s pretty smart, too! With his small stature, Beebo would make for the perfect addition to any type of living situation. If a smart and easy Terrier mix is what you have your eye on, Beebo is here for you! Submit an app today!
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