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In shelter Dog

Monte Rio, CA, 95462
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Mikita is around 10 weeks old, weigh 6-7 pounds and is a Wire Terrier mix. Their mother, Honey, is around 25 pounds with a Wire coat and has long legs. We expect these puppies to weigh around 25-30 pounds full size.

These cutie pies are definitely all Terrier and full of energy. They are in constant motion until it’s nap time when they tend to just drop wherever theyre at for a little snoozy siesta. Their favorite activities are keep away or kill the squeaky toy. They also really want to be first in line to be picked up for cuddles, which they get really calm and still for so that it doesn’t stop. They all sleep together in a run at night, doing very good with potty training (theyve gotten pads down).

They have been housed with two house dogs, a 4 month old AmStaff puppy, 6 yr old Terrier, and an old one-eyed cat. The cat has made it clear she’s not interested in playing and they stay away from her. These puppies are well adjusted and will fit in nicel with active families who wish to include their dog in their everyday lives. They are small enough to go anywhere but big enough to keep up on a hike or run. This bunch is the perfect size for any family.

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