My name is Sassy and I'm a sweet girl of 8 years old. Currently I weigh 15 pounds, but that number keeps going down because my foster mom keeps making me do this "exercise" thing. I sure do love going on walks and hikes with her, but what I really love is taking nice long naps at home! She says that I am sweet as sugar and want nothing more than to cuddle with you. I am crate trained and will tuck myself into my bed at night when I'm ready to snooze. I am just the sweetest girl so you may be wondering why I got the name Sassy! Well, you see, I don't love to be brushed. But, my mom's been working on it with me and as long as your slow and gentle, I will fall asleep and let you brush me all over! (Even my legs! And everyone knows bichons don't like their legs brushed!)
My ideal home would be a place where I can be loved and get all the attention by myself. I can live with others, but I do like it when I get to be the queen! I love to go on daily strolls and then cuddle with you the rest of the day. So if I sound like your kinda girl, please fill out an application!
I have had a thorough health evaluation including spay and vaccinations and I am microchipped. I had a complete dental cleaning in October. If you have room in your heart and home for me, please complete an adoption application.
If you would like to meet me please visit our website at www.bichonrescueoc.org and submit an application to start the adoption process! All our pups are available as long as their listing is up. The adoption process moves very quickly and most families are approved within 48 hours.
The adoption procedure involves these steps:
1. Complete an online application.
2. Interview with one of our volunteers
3. Home Safety Evaluation
4. Meet and greet with the pet.
Here is the direct link to our application.
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