Semmy is a one-year-old, 12-pound Miniature Pinscher mix. This little guy is an absolute delight! He is eager to please, confident, extremely intelligent, responds well to gentle correction, loves humans, loves the company of other dogs (he is especially fond of his five-pound Chihuahua foster brother), and adaptable. Semmy is happy "doing zoomies" (his foster mommy's term for his funny little jack-rabbit sprints around the yard) or just "veggin' out" with his family.
There are two children in Semmy's foster home, an eight-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl. He would be a great addition to a family with human kids, as long as the children are taught proper doggy etiquette (extremely important for any household that includes children, regardless of dog breed/mix). Since these little terrier breeds were created for rodent-control, a home without kitties, hamsters, gerbils and such is recommended. Apartment life is probably not ideal for Semmy. Though he enjoys his crate, he sometimes holds "yodeling sessions" that neighbors likely wouldn't enjoy. Semmy is extremely alert and notifies his humans of unusual sights and sounds, though his alerts are not excessive. When assured by his humans that all is well, he quiets down immediately.
Semmy's foster family think he is a wonderful little fellow and look forward to helping him find his happily-ever-after.
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