My name is YoYo! It's a funny name they gave me because I have one ear up, and one ear down! Get it? Like a yo-yo that goes up and down!
YoYo is not a newcomer to Divine Intervention. He has been with DI since being rescued in 2013. He was found running around and begging for food. Once he was safe and sound, he adjusted quickly to other dogs and cats.He has been here several years and I love him as my own.
Unfortunately, I'm having to downsize and that means placing some rescues that I thought would stay with me forever. YoYo is a funny boy and my favorite so I will be extra selective to ensure he gets the best home possible.
Just looking at him sometimes makes me laugh. He's a mamma's boy and wants to snuggle every chance he gets, and he brings me toys. He's very dog friendly and has been around cats too. HE EATS ACORNS however which lodge in his digestive tract. Two surgeries later, he CANNOT be trusted in a yard with acorns. He needs a yard without acorn trees dropping acorns into it. He would also do well with a dog door, allowing him the freedom to go in and out as needed when nature calls.
Preference will be given to homes with a human who is mostly at home. YoYo would make the most excellent companion for a retired or semi-retired person or couple.
Adoption fee for YoYo is $50 and to meet my criteria for him. He is available for adoption within all or part of the 916 and 530 area codes. If interested please send an email request for an adoption application. This is one special little guy!
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