Itty Bitty was a confiscation case in West Texas who was put into a high kill shelter. She was in a home with a drug addict and was fed Meth. Itty went through stomach pumping and medicinal and physical therapy to overcome what she went through.
Itty Bitty has been with both male and female dogs , she can be bossy and I'm sure wouldn't like all dogs. With proper slow introductions and with a non reactive playmate, she would likely do well. She chases cats. She's very people friendly but gets nervous during changes. Proper decompression time is a must.
She's house and crate trained, good with the foster's kids. She don't like being left outside long periods unless you are with her. She rides great in a car, and will play in baby pools with supervision
We would love to bring her here in mid January if she has a place to go. Need a dedicated foster or adopter to do so! Priority does go to applicant that can bring her to at least one vet visit in Golden Valley, Minnesota. Please apply on our website mattysheartandsoulanimalrescue.rescuegroups.org.
Nicole sent November 23 at 9:36 A
Shes house and crate trained, good with my kids. She don't like being left outside long periods unless you are with her. She rides great in a car, and will play in baby pools with supervision
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