Johnny is one of nine Terrier mix puppies born in mid-January, all named for country western singers! Their mother was a 20-pound stray who gave birth to the puppies under a bush in South Salinas. Thankfully, this sweet canine family was rescued by a good Samaritan, and placed in foster care with AFRP. We are guessing the puppies will weigh 15 - 20 pounds as adults and might be a mixture of Terrier, Poodle and Chihuahua. They are happy, healthy and playful puppies looking for adopters with the time to raise and train them with lots of love and positive guidance. Puppy obedience class registration required for adoption.
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