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In shelter Dog

Carlsbad, CA, 92009
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Hello People,
My name is Benny and I’m a sweet, silly and very adorable little puppy I’m 4 weeks old, weigh only 2.7 pounds, have beautiful black and white hair, brown eyebrows and white legs which makes me quite striking!. Everyone who sees me says Im just as cute as I can be! 

I’m the most vocal of my siblings. I like to have them around as they help me to feel more confident. Mom says I try to be tough but I’m not. On the other hand I’m a typical loving little pup who can also be very playful. 

Like my siblings, Im learning new things every day. Why, I’ve already learned about the sun and grass and how to walk and play. Whee! Being a puppy is such fun!

There are three of us (two boys and 1 girl) and we are adorable and adoptable! Our Mom is a terri-chi and Dad was a poodle mix so you could say we are mixed with cuteness.  Please be sure to complete an adoption application at – so we can get to know one another. You can meet me now -- and I can go home with you in early October. 

In the meantime I will continue to learn as much as I can and get ready for my forever home.
Tail wags and puppy kisses,
Blissful Benny


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