Name(s): Reese (female)
Age: 8 years old
Size (weight): 13 lbs.
Coat & colour: Miniature chocolate dapple
Temperament: Tries to be the alpha dog in the house. She is easily corrected but it is a work in progress. She loves her humans and likes to please. She can be very vocal when people come to visit or when she is in the backyard. When I ask her to stop barking she generally will.
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: At the pet store she was only mildly interested in the caged cats
Good with Kids: Unknown, but barks if they are too rambunctious
Needs another Dog: No
Needs to be an only Dog: No
Housetraining: She is fully housetrained
Crate Trained: Yes, at night she is crated but during the day she is with Charlie in the kitchen on the dog beds.
Suitable for an Apartment: Maybe not since she can be vocal when she hears strange noises.
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee? $300.00
And now a few words from me:
I’m a small girl with big attitude; I like all the dogs to listen to my rules. My foster mom doesn’t approve of my methods and corrects me. Hey, you can’t fault a girl for trying!! I love my toys and especially like to play fetch but my favorite thing to do is shake my stuffies until they give up! I sleep in my crate at night or in the kitchen on the dog bed, but if you would like, I can be persuaded to join you in the big bed. People seem to love my big floppy ears and tell me I’m adorable!
And now a few words from my foster family:
Reese is a real sweetheart. She likes to be boss and decide which dogs are allowed to enter the kitchen. She is easily corrected. She does not like to share toys and will give a little growl as she protects them. She is a real people-pleaser and will look at you with those beautiful eyes as if to say sorry. She naps in the kitchen on the dog bed when she’s not outside playing. She would do best in an active household. She enjoys her walks. She likes to take her brother Charlie’s food if he doesn’t eat quickly enough; Charlie always lets her but I correct that as well. Reese and Charlie were surrendered together and can either be adopted as a pair or separately as they are not bonded. They both love their humans and with the right families I am confident they will thrive together or apart.