She runs, and jumps and loves to play with her toys. She is content to sit in the yard and roll in the grass.
Lily gets along great with her two older, grumpy, Bichon foster sisters and she is so friendly with everyone that comes to the house.
Lily was turned into Small Paws when her owner could no longer care for her. She required significant dental work, and now has a clean bill of health.
She is a bit chunky, and is currently on Science Diet Digestive Health to help her shed a few pounds. Lily currently weighs 19 pounds but has a small frame.
Lily can have a few accidents in the house, but has improved significantly since she has been fostered.
Lily has never been an only dog and will need another dog in the home. Children in the home need to be at least 10 years old.
Lily is being fostered in North Texas.
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