LadyBug is a two year old, fourteen pound Feist/terrier mix. She is spayed, micro chipped,
and fully vetted.
This precious girl named LadyBug was taken to a local shelter along with her
mother dog after their elderly owner surrendered. Her owner was forced to
take fulltime care of a relative and could not give them the rightful
attention they needed. So sadly this small mother and daughter pair were
turned in to a small shelter that was obviously a very scary place compared
to their former cozy and quiet home they had known. They were immediately
forced to socialize with other unknown people, dogs and no warm cozy beds or
daily treats. The shelter environment created a huge deal of anxiety and
their sweet faces was stricken with fear. Once both were removed from the
shelter and put into separate foster homes they both flourished back into
their precious sweetness. LadyBug is thought to be 2 years old Feist
Terrier mix and weighs a petite 14 pounds. She is sweet and has no
aggression towards anything. She gets along well with the other dogs in the
foster home as well as the cats. She is crate trained, and house trained.
She loves to snuggle up next to you wherever you are and just wants hugs and
kisses. She does like those things on her terms. A quieter home would be best for Ladybug as she enjoys a relaxing place without a lot going on. She still needs a lot of work with a leash so a fenced in yard would be
ideal. If you are ready for a sweet, sweet baby to love and be part of your
family, then consider LadyBug. Oh and did we mention she is cute as a
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