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Terrier, Mixed
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Meet Bitsy a very shy 4 year old!  Bitsy came into Chi Town Rescue with her sisters. Bitsy's sisters have been adopted and now Bitsy and Rose are waiting for their forever home.  They are very shy girls and it's going to take someone with lots of time and patience to deal with them. They will not come to you for pets and if they are approached they will go the other way from you.  However, if you have treats they will stand on their hind legs and show off to get a treat. They love to go out to the play yard and lay out in the sun.  When they run out to the yard, they love to bark the entire way.  You will definitely know when they are around.

Bitsy and Rose will need a secure yard because they will try and escape.  They would do better in a home with no children.  They do get along with all dogs that are similar in size at the rescue but can be dog selective.  These 2 girls do not have to be adopted together but it would be nice if they can get adopted together.

If you are an adopter that will give Bitsy and Rose the time to work with them, then please contact Chi Town Rescue to make an appointment to meet them.



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