My name is Laura Jo; I am just about 1 year old and I weigh 28 pounds....just a small, wonderful, little girl! I am what they call, a "Tennessee Brown Dog", meaning nobody knows what breed mixes I am, I am just a beautiful brown dog. I get along great with other dogs, but I have not been around cats. My foster mom thinks I would be fine with cats, but I have not been tested :-) I love to take walks on the leash, but I have not been exposed to lots of loud noises and busy places in my short life, so I don't think a busy city life would be for me. When my foster mom walks me, I like to stop everytime a car goes by and watch it pass. I am more of a quiet street, hiking kind of girl. I love to jump on the couch with my foster mom and give her lots of kisses. The couch is my snuggle place! I would do best in a quieter home and would love to have another dog to play with too! My foster mom calls me the a crockpot pup...I am a little shy and will take a few minutes to warm up, but once I do, watch out because you are about to get loved on. I need a patient home that will show me all the world has to offer and watch me blossom right before your very eyes! I am crate trained, leash trained and as fat as anyone can tell, I am housetrained too!! If you are looking for a small, loving, low-key kind of girl, then I might be the one for you. Contact my foster mom at CheKatRice@gmail.com and let her know what kind of fabulous life we would have together!
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