~Probably because she is deaf, Alicia was dumped at a local veterinarian's office for euthanasia. She is paper trained and almost fully house trained. She does well on a leash, considering she is a puppy, and her foster mom and dad have discovered she is quick to learn. She craves lots of attention and is very active. Alicia is learning some hand signals, but sometimes her puppy enthusiasm overrides her training.
Alicia has been spayed, micro-chipped and is on heart worm preventative. She is up to date on her vaccinations.
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