Snickers is very sweet and SO tiny. Her energy and body suggest she might be part Jack Russell, a beagle/jack russell mix is called a Jack-A-Bee, how cute is that? She loves to run and would probably be very well-suited for a dog park. But she's not so energetic that she doesn't still love a good nap and a snuggle and will let you sleep in as long as you can. It will take her a little while to warm-up to you, but you can tell she wants to. Right now her priorities are 1. Food 2. Getting her foster sister to love her 3. humans. She would do really well in a home with another dog, she loves to play, so far her personality shows she is not the Alpha dog. She has only barked/howled when her foster sister gets her started, so unsure how prone she is to do it on her own. She did really well in her crate the first night, but since she seems to be potty-trained, haven't kept her in there since. She does like to bury toys/treats/an occasional shoe in shallow holes, but doesn't chew on them.
This beauty has a docked tail. It's possible that she was born that way - or it could have been docked after being broken. We have no way of knowing. We do know that it doesn't detract from her beautiful face or sweet nature. Because she's just a little thing, we suggest a home for her without small children. The noise and activity level might be a bit much for her. Snickers is pretty quiet so far, and we suspect it will be fairly easy for her to transition from rural stray to pampered pooch.
If you can find space for Snickers in your heart, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org!
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