RIPLEY - SUPER SMART AND AFFECTIONATE
Estimated dob - 8/29/2014
Weight 45 lbs.
Hello, my name is Ripley. I’m a happy two year-old female with many Terrier traits, but I think I’m part cat too. I’m smart, loyal, and loving with lots of energy.
My ideal day would be running around, catching balls, or playing in the sprinklers, and then laying near you being petted. I really enjoy this! I also love to give kisses and will climb into your lap to give you some. I can jump high and climb. I think I would do very well at agility type activities. I can socialize with other dogs, and though I currently live with cats and dogs, I would prefer to live as an only pet because I want all of your attention.
I weigh 45 b, and I’m housebroken. I don’t bark too much, unless someone enters the house then I will briefly let everyone know that someone is home. I sleep in my crate at night. I’ve attended training class, so I know “Sit”, “Stay”, “Down” (but I sometimes get distracted), and I’ve also been taught some other “tricks”. I'm such a great dog!
Anyone interested in our dogs must be over 21. We are only able to adopt to homes within a reasonable driving distance of the dog's foster home and please be prepared for a home visit by one of our volunteers. We do not adopt on first-come-first-served basis, we want to make sure the dog is right for the family and vice versa based on what we know about the dog's personality, habits and behaviors. Our adoption fee for dogs is $175. You can complete an online adoption application on our website http://www.furryfriendsanimalrescue.org- we will get back with you asap.
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