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- Friendly, Curious, Funny
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, children.
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So now I come to you With open arms Nothing to hide Believe what I say So here I am With open arms Hoping you'll see What your love means to me Open arms - from 'Open Arms' by Journey
Journey is an adorable 3-month-old Terrier mix currently weighing 15 lbs and will likely be a medium sized girl like her mama. She is doing well with crate training but does need to be taken out to potty first to avoid accidents. Journey is making good progress with house training and she does well on leash. She is great with the other dogs in her foster home. There are no cats in her foster home, but foster mom says she would likely want to play with cats. Being that she is just a baby, she would likely be fine with dog savvy cats with proper introduction. Like any puppy, Journey will need continued training, guidance, and supervision for her to grow into the best girl she can be. She is good with everyone she meets including older children. She may be too active for toddlers. Journey travels really well so journeys with Journey will surely make for some great memories. Her activity level is pretty average for a puppy. Toys are lots of fun, especially some good chew toys. This sweet pup is pretty independent so she's not a velcro girl. She does like to relax near her people but she is not interested in being a lap dog at this time. Journey is more interested in exploring than cuddling, although this may change as she matures. Journey is already spayed, up to date on all vaccinations, current on preventatives, and micro chipped. She's ready to find her forever home with a fun-loving family who will welcome her with open arms.
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