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Predicted Breed: Pom Mix
Sex: Spayed Female
Approximate Age: 5.5 yrs
Weight: 8 lbs
Noelle will need a patient person to love her as she is a 3 legged pup. She is very timid, but has attached herself to her foster mom. Noelle follows her foster mom everywhere she goes but does not want to be touched or picked up from anywhere in the house but her blanket. Once her foster mom gets her in her arms, she loves to be held and petted by her. She is letting the others in the house touch her when mom holds her. Noelle does not like a leash or harness yet and is just starting to go outside to enjoy the sun. She will need an adoptee who is willing to gain her trust. She may need knee surgery in the future, as it has dislocated occasionally.
Predicted Breed: Chi Mix
Sex: Spayed Female
Approximate Age: 8 yrs
Weight: 12 lbs
My name is Toots but because I can jump like a kangaroo sometimes my foster mom calls me rooster (Roo) because of the funny noises I make. I am the best cuddler in the world and I want to lay right beside you wherever you are and I will follow you wherever you go. I curl up into the warmest, cutest, puppy in the world and you can pick me up while I'm sleeping or any time and I won't complain. I also have a very fun, playful, and active side to me. You would never guess that I am 8 years old by the amount of energy I have. I love chasing squeaky toys up and down the stairs and in the backyard. I even love to go to the dog park and can sometimes outrun my husky foster brother. I need someone who will walk me every day so I can wear off some of my energy. I love all little dogs, and get along with my big foster brother just fine, but if a big dog sniffs me for too long I let them know that I think it's rude by putting on a bit of a show. I'm good with kids, teens, grown ups, men, women, small to medium dogs, but what I really want is to bond with one person that I can trust. I also do not like to be left alone for too long or I start to howl and cry. My foster mom can leave me alone for about 3 - 5 hours now because I trust that she will come home. I don't really care that my foster brother is here for me, I want my human. I can't live in a house where people are gone all day - that would be too stressful for me. I think having a backyard and a house would be best for me. I might be sad and confused for a bit when I come home with you, but give me a few weeks and we will be the best of friends, and I will love you forever!
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