(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with cats,
Spayed or Neutered,
If you would like more information about Nala or are interested in adopting her, please send an email to email@example.com
Hiya, folks! I'm Nala, a sassy rat terrier with a dash of black and white elegance. Born on 03/14/21, I now tip the scales at a fabulous 45 lbs.
My past? Well, I hailed from a shelter in Colorado, but don't be mistaken – I'm a mountain girl at heart! I thrive in the great outdoors and literally jump with joy at the mere sight of it.
At home, I'm a bit of a toy enthusiast. My favorite games? Tug of war, chasing my Kong bone, and don't even get me started on balls. When I see one, it's like the world stands still, and it's just me and that bouncy sphere!
Now, about my social skills. While I’m not immediately chummy with fellow canines, with some patience, love, and training over time, I believe I can be dog-friendly.
Cats? Purrfectly fine by me! Little humans? Still a mystery, but I'm keeping an open heart.
I'm not one to brag, but I am house trained and pretty sharp with my commands. But, like all of us, I do need someone patient and dedicated to continue teaching me the doggy ropes and refining my glamorous skills.
So, if you're looking for a spunky, energetic furball with a love for life (and toys!), look no further – Nala's here to steal the show!"
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