My favorite pastime is sleeping in the many beds around the house with my buds, especially Ivy. We have lived together for a long time, as we were littermates in the puppymill we were rescued from.
Please open your heart to a senior. I don't act like a senior, honest. When I am outside I play in the fenced yard with the toys that are outside. I am first in line for dinner too. I love to eat! Reinee is spayed, up to date with shots, microchipped, and on monthly preventatives! If interested, submit an application!
If you have any questions please send my foster mom a note at email@example.com
Original Listing: Reine came with Ivy, another little Bichon. Reine is 10 years old. She weighs approx. 17 pounds. She is a sweet old gal who is just starting to get used to home life. You see, she was a breeder for her first 9 years with very little contact with people. Because of this, she is very timid. She will allow you to pick her up, and once you have her, she will settle right down. But she is scared, so patience would need to be had with Reine. Reine loves the other dogs and gets along with them all. She has her favorite buddy Ivy, whom she just loves. Reine is still working on her potty habits. She will go outside, but she also will go inside, no matter where she is. We are working on this, and hopefully, we will at least get to pottying on the potty pad in the house. For some breeding dogs, this is one of the hardest lessons to conquer. They try very hard, but when you have been peeing and pooping in your cage for years, it is hard not to realize you can't do the same thing in a home. Reine needs a secured, fenced in yard. No small children and a quiet household would be beneficial to her. She does not like alot of commotion. I have not leashed walked her yet and do not plan to do so anytime soon. She would definitely be a flight risk if she ever got loose. If you can give Reine the home she needs, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. NO PHONE CALLS!
Adoption donation is $100.00
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