Age: 4 months
Weight: 17 pounds will be about 25 pounds when grown
Good with kids: loves children but would be better with older kids (over 12 years)
Good with dogs: yes
Good with cats: unlnown but probably not
Fenced yard required: yes
OK for townhouse, but NOT an apartment.
House trained: working on it
Crate trained: yes
Barks when left alone: some whining
Chews inappropriate items: yes, she’s a puppy
Training: Sit and Come
Activity level: High
Experienced owner needed
Please consult our ADOPTION FAQ (http://www.pgspca.org/adopt/frequently-asked-questions/) before contacting us.
Patsy's fosterer writes...
Patsy Cline is an adorable, wiggly, bundle of energy. She’s very smart and active. She loves toys, other dogs and her people. She fetches, and is learning to play other games. Patsy Cline is a high maintenance puppy – lots of nipping, chewing and jumping up. She would love to be in a home with another dog as a playmate.
She needs a home with a fenced yard and someone who is an experienced dog owner, with a work schedule that won’t require that she be left for more than 4 hours a day.
If you’re interested in bringing a young puppy into your home, come and meet her at one of our adoption shows.
If you are interested in Patsy, consider letting us know by filling out a (no obligation) adoption application (http://www.pgspca.org/adopt/online-adoption-application/).
Patsy is expecting to attend the next adoption show, May 20th at the Annapolis PetCo,
although there's always a possibility that plans will need to change at the last minute.
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