Kayley is A-OK! What's a little Chiweenie/Min Pin girl to do when she's just a happy young pup looking for that special someone to share her joy with? At one year old and 9 pounds, this girl just wants to have fun! Kayley is described by her foster as silly, friendly, playful, mischievous, entertaining, and full of life! She has never met a squeaky toy she doesn't like. One of her favorite things to do is shake her toy until she liberates the squeaker.
Kayley would do best in a home with a fenced back yard where she can run and play. She's still young, so she needs a home with an adopter who is willing to keep teaching her how to be the best dog ever. She already has a lot of great qualities, is smart, and eager to please, so she's highly trainable. Kayley sleeps in her crate at night and is good with other dogs, once she gets to know them. She does not care for cats. She is working on leash training, but she's still excited by everything she sees, so this is a work in progress. Kayley is almost completely potty trained and getting closer to mastery every day.
To adopt Kayley go to pawsinthecity.org today to fill out your application today!
For adoption information or to complete an application, please go to: http://www.pawsinthecity.org/adopt.htm
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