In shelter DogFarmington, Minnesota, 55024
This is Rey, a 2.5-year-old, 35 lb. Boston terrier mix with a chocolate colored short coat and the cutest snorty nose you could call you own. This little ray of sunshine is shy and uncertain when you first meet, but blossoms and shines once she gains confidence. She will need a little time and patience from her owner to come into her true quirky, goofball and playful personality. Rey is a flight risk and life would be easier for the owner if you had a fenced yard, but not required. A harness is used on walks where she finds herself a little uneasy and cautious in her surroundings but also has prey drive for the bunnies and squirrels, so she can pull. Upon initial greeting of humans and dogs’, slow intros are needed to help her gain trust. She doesn’t like super hyper dogs or direct in your face dog meets. Rey also has a playful and rowdy side too and likes to play with dogs her size, as she is fearful of large and boisterous dogs, so it would be best to have her adopted into a family with dogs of similar size or could be the center of attention as the only dog too. Rey has lived with cats and did fine. She seems to prefer female humans but has warmed up to her male foster dad and likes to cuddle with him now as he gives the best belly rubs and holds her like a baby as she likes to lean back into his chest. She loves to snuggle and enjoys car rides, is treat motivated and learning commands and is potty trained. If you want to have to your heart and spot on the couch stolen, then fill out the application to get the ball rolling towards bringing her home. Interested in adopting this lovable animal? Please go to our website www.wagsmn.org and fill out an Adoption Application. Once the application is processed, a Wags representative will contact you, answer any questions you may have, and set up a time/location for a meet and greet! A home visit is required prior to adoption. Thank you for choosing to adopt! Breed and temperament determination: Wags & Whiskers Animal Rescue attempts to determine breed and temperament using a combination of looks, information provided to us at intake, and our experience with the animal while in our Rescue. We do not guarantee this determination.