Breed: Terrier mix
Age: 2 yrs
Weight: 35-40 lbs
Energy LvL: High
Crate Trained: Yes
Leash Trained: Yes
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Meet Ennis! This cute and unique little guy was found with his best friend, Jack, and the two of them have been together in rescue ever since!
Ennis is an adorable little terrier guy, weighing in at only 35 lbs this handsome is a bundle of energy and joy. He loves to run and play and enjoys all of his canine companions. He and his best friend, Jack, enjoy rough housing and being silly outside as much as they can before coming indoors. Ennis gets along great with other dogs, though he can be a bit of a playtime bully. He is not an aggressive dog with others, but he can be persistent in wanting to play when they don't sometimes! He's just having too much fun to call it quits!
Ennis doesn't have a lot of socialization with cats, so a home without would probably be best for this guy. Since he is a terrier, he is sure to want to chase them around and bark at them. Though we doubt he would ever harm one. Ennis can be a bit unsure and shy when meeting new people, but once he realizes your his friend which can be easily done with some tasty treats, he warms right up like butter in your hands and will follow you where ever your adventures take you! Because he can be shy to new people, a home with older children would be best for this little guy!
Ennis is extremely food motivated so training works well when he is learning new things. He knows how to sit, stay, settle, and go to your kennel. He is fully housebroken and crate trained, and does ok on leash as well. For more information on how to adopt Ennis please contact us at KMCRescue@Gmail.com
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