From the Foster:
Itsy bitsy Bitsy is a teeny weenie, rough-coated Jack Russell Terrier-ini. In this case,
“ini” is something else mixed with her JRT, we’re just not quite sure what it is. At 9 years
old, Bitsy’s still a moderately active little girl who likes nothing better than to be queen
of the household. While she thinks other dogs are okay as long as they don’t touch her
food, she’d much rather be your one and only love interest. She owes that to her
effervescent personality, her irresistible charms, and her lemur-ringed tail. All of which
make her think she’s more special than the rest. (A legend in her own mind.) 12-pound
Bitsy would do well with some formal training. She listens, but not all the time. She also
thinks her leash is just a thing that lets her pull you around.
This scruffy bundle of joy will take every opportunity to be as comfortable as she can be.
The bed is her preferred place of rest and relaxation. Your lap is fine, too. Just so long as
she is the center of your attention. And you watch her favorite TV shows.
Bitsy is up to date on all her vaccinations. She’ll be having a teeth cleaning on August 7 th ,
so she’ll continue to have her endearing, pearly white smile. Housetraining training is
somewhat erratic. She’s good when you’re at home, but long days away put a strain on
her constitution. So a dog walker might be just the ticket to save yourself some clean-up.
Yes, Bitsy is everything a terrier fan could want. Because we’re sure once you meet her,
you’ll find a big place in your heart for isty bitsy Bitsy.
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