In her current foster home they have discovered that she isn’t a morning dog. She gets cold easily and would rather be cuddled up under a blanket somewhere. She is very good at making blanket caves to hole up in. If she doesn't feel like getting up, she doesn't mind being carried outside and then she does her business and runs back inside where she is a morning cuddler, on the couch, in a blanket while you enjoy your morning coffee. She needs to be carried out in the mornings if she doesn't go out on her own because she is sometimes a "secret pee-er" if she thinks it is too cold. She does use pee pee pads as well if she has access to them.
This little girl is all about being with you and enjoying your time together. She is a good girl when left with access to a doggy door while her foster owners are at work, but she does seem to get lonely so she would like a home where her owner doesn't work alot of overtime.
She is crate trained for night time sleeping, but she’d much rather sleep with you in bed. A whole whopping 5.5 pounds of love. She loves to play with toys, and will pick them up and collect them around her on the couch. She can jump on the couch all by herself but in her new foster home she has stairs leading up to the couch and she really likes having those.
She is not a barker, but will bark when hearing other dogs. She has a deep bark for her size.
She is very good about going outside to poop, and is doggy door trained. It would be best to keep her crated if she wouldn’t have access to the outside when being left alone.
She is quiet in her crate. Loves strangers and especially children.
Her back legs have luxating patellas, which is very common in little dogs, so she isn’t up to long walks, but she loves to ride in the car. She will also go for as long of a walk as you want if she has one of those adorable strollers or a cute bag to carry her in! Of course, she would prefer that it has a fluffy blanket!! Her adoption fee is $200 plus a $10.99 microchip registration fee. She is spayed, chipped, vaccinated and heartworm negative.
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