Fossey is adorable, but she is also a "fine print" dog. So, please read the fine print, before applying and be certain that you meet ALL of her 6 criteria.
Fossey has such a sweet, little face. But her personality doesn't quite match her looks. She can be sweet and playful, but on her terms...and anyone who adopts her must thoroughly understand and be able to handle her needs. Fossey is a special girl and we want to make sure she goes to an adopter who understands and is willing to accept Fossey and all her quirks.
Fossey can be sweet and playful, but she can also be a very grumpy girl. Fossey is a 2 year old, 18 pound, female Schnoodle. And, yes, she is adorable and she will make a great dog for the right home. Please know we want to find Fossey a home, but she needs the right forever home willing to work with her. Fossey's adopter must be able to meet all of the following requirements:
Fossey is a sweet and playful 1.5 year old female Schnoodle. She has some very specific needs to ensure her forever family is a perfect fit.
The following 6 requirements MUST ALL be met by her adopters.
1. An experienced dog owner who is willing to work with her while she adjusts to her new home
2. No children and No Men
3. ONLY FEMALE Adults under 5'9 (Fossey is afraid of taller people)
4. Another dog in the home under 4 years that enjoys wrestling and playing NON-STOP
5. A fenced in back yard.
6. Local to the Atlanta area & able to do multiple meet & greets to be properly introduced.
Does this describe you and your family? If so, we'd love for you to apply for Fossey. If not, we have lots of other GREAT dogs and will be happy to find the perfect one for you.
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