Vader is an adorable, charming Rat Terrier mix, and he can’t wait to meet you! Young Vader will celebrate his first birthday this winter. He is currently 14 lbs. and still has a little bit of growing to do as he gains muscle and fills out. Vader is delightfully friendly with all people he meets, and he enjoys making new friends wherever he goes, even at the vet’s office! He is very cuddly and affectionate, and he just loves to jump on a lap and roll around on people. His energy level is mild for a terrier pup; he likes snuggling on the couch just as much as playing with toys or taking a walk through the neighborhood. Vader is OK with some of the dogs in his foster home, but he does not like large dogs as a rule. He has some dog friends with whom he plays nicely, but Vader would be happiest to live in a single-dog home. He wants all the attention and affection to himself! Vader would probably be fine with cats and has spent time in a home with young children, where he did just fine with them. After all, he loves people of all ages! Vader has one little snaggletooth that gives him an adorably funny, endearing little grin. That grin matches his charming, joyful character and always makes people around him smile! Vader is house trained and quickly learning good manners because he craves the praise and treats that come along with training! He's also crate trained and for a treat, he happily jumps into his crate, where he sleeps quietly through the night. Vader is a sweet boy who deserves a happy, wonderful life with a loving family. He'd like to show you more pics of his handsome self at http://imageevent.com/newrattitude/vader .
Our adoption fee is $175 for adult dogs or $225 for puppies under 6 months old.
If you are interested in adopting this dog, PLEASE READ THE DETAILED ADOPTION PROCESS information on our website at NewRattitude.org/adopt.htm. From there, you can access our adoption application or contact our Adoption Team for more info.
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