Coque (means flirt in Spanish) came from a bad situation. His wOwner spoke no English but her son explained that he was living in a trailer park is a depressed area where he was sometimes tied out. Kids in the park were throwing rocks at him when he was outside. He was terrified at first but has come out of his shell and actually LOVES children! He came wearing a harness that as so tight it must have been painful. Coque does great with other dogs and is a year old and very tiny.
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