After being rescued from the streets of the Corridor of Cruelty when I was only two, my foster mommy couldn't let me go and adopted me, and that was more than three years ago.
We are two peas in a pod who have a fantastic life together. Sadly, my mommy is relocating internationally and can't take me with her. Though we are both very sad, we know that I will find another great home soon. I told mom that our home is awesome but an even bigger yard would be super cool!
Mommy says I’m such a fun, beautiful girl who constantly makes her laugh. When not getting a belly rub, I'm more than likely chasing lizards and squirrels in the yard. My two favorite things are meeting new people and going for walks. Although I have a best dog friend Buddy, who lives across the street, mom says it's better if I'm an only child. I am house training and don’t care to chew on anything that doesn’t belong to me either.
Everyone tells me that I’m a sweetie and how cuddly and affectionate I am. Mommy says that though I’m a 65 lb, I think I’m a lap dog.
Average energy level
Cat compatibility unknown
Leash Trained - walks on leash without pulling
Knows SIT, STAY, COME
Will come when called when off leash
Makes friends with people easily, good with all people including babies and toddlers
Likes to play keep-a-way
Good running or jogging buddy
Likes plush toys, squeaky toys and chew toys
**This dog is with Corridor Rescue in Houston, Texas but is available for transport to most major US and Canadian cities via United Airlines PetSafe for an additional $275. A customs fee may apply at Canadian airports. Ground transportation to Colorado is available for $75, and several locations in the northeastern US for $175.
Our adoption fee of $200 and covers spay/neuter, microchip and current vaccines.
Please apply to foster or adopt online at http://www.corridorrescue.org/adopt
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