Wylie is a 5-year-old, 12-pound terrier mix who lives for belly rubs! He's a good boy who is completely house trained and snoozes happily all night on his bed (or yours!). Wylie gets along great with cats and with other small dogs. This little guy came to us from the Monterey County Shelter after surviving on his own as a stray. A group of animal lovers worked as a team to finally catch him and get him to safety! Currently in foster care, Wylie is happy to have a second chance and is looking forward to finding his forever home. He'll do best with an adult adopter or family with kids over age 8.
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