Poppy is always happy and smiling. He loves attention and affection, and is a busy little fella. He does settle down inside and often falls asleep upside down on the back of the couch. He does like to chase cats, but if they don't run, he gives up and doesn't bite them. He loves squeaky toys, and has a favorite lamb that he holds in his 'hands' and squeaks while laying upside down on his back. This guy will keep you smiling all day long. He is 17 1/2 pounds, and he is neutered and up to date on vaccines.
Poppy's sister, sweet Pippa, is a gentle, sensitive soul. She gets upset at raised voices, and really just wants to kiss and snuggle. She's not too needy though, and loves to lay on the couch and snooze when there's nothing better going on. She too loves to chase cats when they run, but doesn't do anything to dog savvy cats that do not run. Because she is sensitive, I think she would do well in a home without a lot of commotion. She is 14 1/2 pounds, and she is spayed and up to date on vaccines.
Neither dog has been tested with small children, though they may be fine. They are for sure fine with older, considerate children. They are crate trained, and sleep in a large crate together.
They are the sweetest little dogs, and will make a great addition to a loving family
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