Hi, my name is Josie and I am a Miniature Pinscher mix but not sure what I am mixed with! But that is about all I know for sure. A nice man found me in a box under a carport in a rainstorm when I was about a month old so I do not remember my Mother. I think I was not wanted because I have a birth defect that sometimes interferes with my muscle coordination, my canine neurologist called it tremors and I do have seizures but they are under some control with my medication. I can eat when I am so shaky (tremors) and still wag my tail so I don’t mind so much. The rest of the time I spend in almost constant motion and I love to run and jump and chew. And chew. I will probably grow out of it. I’m only 6 months old. Anyway, I think I would be happy with almost any kind of family and could do well in a smaller area. (I’m not very big) My foster parents claim I am the best watch dog they have ever had; maybe because my ears are the biggest part of me. I love to play, I love to cuddle with people and I am too cute for words. What could be better?
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