Chinese Crested-Powder Puff, Poodle
Gray, Silver, Salt & Pepper with Black
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Please contact for more information about this pet. MUST HAVE A FENCED-IN YARD! He loves to run! Sonny is a fun, happy 4-year-old dog. He is very loving and wants attention. You could easily fall in love with this boy! He is gorgeous and has soft luxurious curly hair. He loves a few toys and tends to carry them around. He enjoys his meals too. He is obedient and sleeps in a bed on the floor for now. (No room in our bed). Located in Southern Delaware. Although we have a huge backyard, Sonny managed to dig in the sandy soil here, under the gate, and got out. We have since fixed the problem. Even though he walks well on a leash, he must have a fenced-in yard because he loves to run around and romp! MUST have a fenced-in yard! We had a wisdom panel done on him and he is..... 66% Chinese Crested 20% Chihuahua  8 % Minature Poodle  2 % Yorkshire Terrier  2 % Japanese Spitz  2 % Great Dane   (I don't see it!   LOL) He is a bit leary of my husband, but not terribly so. It may just take time. He marks a little bit, so he wears a belly band. I think it is because I have 3 dogs. I doubt this cute stuffed animal look-alike will last long! So hurry!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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