Hi my name is Cleo and I am a very loving little gal that can't wait to find a family to call my own! I am around 2 years old and weigh about 18 pounds. My foster mom wanted to name me Egypt because I remind her of the Egyptian dog statues but instead decided to name me Cleo! I like my new name as I too think I'm a queen.
I am extremely people friendly and love to be held and give kisses. Foster mom is trying to teach me not to jump out of excitement when I meet new people but it is still a work in progress. I am dog friendly as well but need some time to adjust when meeting new pooches. I currently get along with all the dogs in my foster moms house but it took me a bit to warm up to a couple of them. I do not like when other dogs get near me while I am eating my food so my foster mom crates me during meal time! We are unsure of how I am with cats but my foster mom thinks I would be okay with them... mostly because if I make them angry they could put me in my place... How nice of her, right? I am crate trained and potty trained and I love to snuggle on the couch! I do quite well on a leash. I am an escape artist and have escaped the kennel at my foster mom's house and I got out of the fence at one of my foster mom's friend's houses. Luckily I am not a darter but just to be safe I should not be left unattended in the back yard!
I am up to date on vaccines, microchipped, spayed, heartworm negative, and on monthly flea/tick and heartworm prevention. My adoption fee is $225. If you have additional questions about me please contact my foster mom at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to apply to adopt me please do so using this link: http://pawsforlifenc.org/pet-adoptions/dog-adoptions/dog-adoption-form/
I can't wait to meet my forever family because I have so much love to give! Could it be you???
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