Hi there, my name is Selena. I am about 1 year old, about 9 lbs and I am looking for a forever home. I am from LA.
Selena (Bitsy as she is called by her foster family) is a busy little 8lb ball of energy.\xa0 She is curious and can be very active yet she is not yet ready to go for walks, wear a harness, or use a leash.\xa0 Having a yard where she can burn off energy is ideal. She enjoys running around the yard and playing with toys. She is still very much a puppy at around a year old and can get into mischief so needs to be crated if you aren’t home. She is loving and active – always up for a play, a pet, or belly rub. A bit shy at first with new people, once she knows you Bitsy is full of kisses and loves to snooze in your lap when she has finished being her busy self. We do not recommend her to be with children as she can play with her mouth, is much too active, and her small size.
Bitsy’s is doing well with house training, although she doesn’t know how to tell you she needs to go out.\xa0 She will go to the door, but if you aren’t paying attention accidents can happen – which is to be expected in a dog of her age.
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