Name: Junior and Weda
Age: 4 years
Breed: Cairn Terrier / Chihuahua mix
Weight: 8 lbs
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Older considerate children only
House trained: Yes, may take time to adjust to a new schedule
Crate trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Owner surrender to a shelter in Missouri with his sister Weda
Adoption Fee: $400 for both
From the Foster:
Hello Minnesota, My sister and I arrived a few days back. We are bonded, they said that when we arrived. I think it means we are a strong family. We, well life has been a challenge but together my sister Weda and I (they call me Junior) made the long trip in hopes of finding a furever home. I look out for my sister. She loves to be held, me too, and to feel safe. My job is to keep her safe and to make sure you are gentle with her. She is really special. I love to explore and run in my foster mom’s yard. Note: do not pee in her rain garden. Her voice changes, really low. You should not go in there. Weda loves foster mom. I love her too, she keeps Weda busy and I can explore a really long time. If I am gone to long Weda gets anxious. Umm, we have had some bad times. Weda, I think she still remembers and gets worried sometimes, that’s all.
Foster mom laugh’s when Weda comes looking, she yells at me “Junior you’ve been at the bar to long and need to come home.” I don’t know what a bar is. But Weda needs me and I need her, family. Please fill out the application for “us” if you want to our family. We are smart, fun, loving and Weda keeps me from staying at the bar to long! Maybe you can tell me what a bar is?
From our family to yours!
Weda and Junior
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