found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
We have taken a survey on her breed via our facebook page & the consensus is she is a heeler/shepherd/chihuahua mix. I definitely believe the chihuahua, or jack russell or border collie if you told me either of them, because of her temperament & smarts. While Maggie is very energetic, she naps frequently after her romps through the house, either playing with us or the dogs here.
Maggie has a beautiful short-hair, black coat with her face & legs having heather beige (with black) and the insides of her ears & her bootie being tan. It seems her ears get closer to standing up & being pointy every day. If she continues as she is, my guess is she will look like a 30-35 lbs Manchester Terrier with heather beige instead of red highlight area. Awesome! [but i could be wrong]
It's hard to believe this tiny girl was found wandering down a lonely road in the Sewanee Mountains Jan 14th. A lovely couple saw her, bundled her up, and took her home to safety. She received her first round of shots & wormer the following Monday from their vet where Maggie was given a clean bill of health. Maggie has been given bordetella, a 2nd round of wormer, and will be spayed once old enough (minimum 12-14 weeks) as well as receiving her rabies shot.
Despite her small stature, she is quite the little spitfire. Maggie will gnaw on a bone that is almost as large as her. She will romp & play around the room & bark at whatever toy or bone has her attention. Then she will nap. Upon waking up, we immediately take her out to potty & she comes inside to do the routine all over again. During the night, she wakes us up to go potty once, around 3am, by whimpering and/or barking from her kennel. She has already learned to go into her kennel with the coaxing of a small treat.
Maggie is great with adult dogs as well as puppies. She has lived with large-breed foster dogs so far as well as one small-breed dog. She's doing great with pottying outdoors; when taken out regularly, her indoor accidents are a minimum. She's even figured out the doggie door & will go outside to potty all by herself, which is a huge step for such a little one.
Maggie will be great with kids if they are not averse to sharp puppy teeth.
All Camp Chaos dogs are indoor dogs with outdoor privileges. There are no exceptions. Thank you for understanding.
br>Please email CampChaos37206@gmail.com for an application. CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER FOR OUR REPLY WITH THE APPLICATION ATTACHED, PLEASE!
Adoption fee is $90. Thank you for wanting to share your home with one of our rescued pups!
If you are a parent adopting for your children, please remember we do pick the best home for our pups. If there are 2 applications that come in at the same time, for example, and one will be a better fit, that is the one we choose. Many parents pump up their children about getting a specific puppy, and it can be very sad for the child if the particular puppy isn't a good fit unbeknownst to them. We put this disclaimer here because a couple of parents have been upset when a home that used doggy daycare & had a fenced in yard was chosen over crate-all-day without a backyard. Peace.