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Pomeranian & Spitz Mix
Pomeranian & Spitz Mix
Vaccinations up to date.
Sebastian is an approximately 2 year old Pomeranian mix who was found abandoned at a local park and brought to the shelter by a good Samaritan. Nobody came to claim him and now Sebastian is waiting patiently for a family who will never lose him again. This precious pommy was a little shy when he first got to the shelter and confused as to what was going on, but he quickly adapted to going out for walks and cuddling with the volunteers. While Sebastian is still a tad shy meeting new people, he has no problem hopping into your arms to cuddle, and in 3 minutes or less will be on his belly, demanding some tummy scratches. For a young guy, he is surprisingly mellow. Sebastian has been easy to walk on the leash, but can be startled by loud objects and needs time to adjust to new experiences like elevators, etc. We expect him to perk up and be a bit more active once he settles in with a new family. Sebastian has been playful and happy to meet some of the other smaller dogs at the shelter and might do best with an older canine sibling to give him some confidence and direction. This guy is just too sweet and impossible not fall in love with, so come down ASAP to meet him!