"BOZ IN A NUTSHELL" - A quiet, laid-back Yorkie who will be a wonderful companion for a "mostly at home" owner with or without another dog. Fenced yard a must! If this sounds like you, read on....
"Charming" and "Laid Back" are two words that best describe little "Boz". Were not 100% sure if Boz is a Yorkie or a Silky but either way....he is a wonderful little man!
"Charming and "laid back" are the two words that best describe Boz. He came to our rescue group from an inner city animal shelter where he had been picked up as a stray. Its sad to think of this delicate little man fended for himself on the streets of Chicago! But Boz survived and came through with flying colors. Though we dont know his exact age, our vet estimated him between 7 and 8 years of age. And at just 12 lbs., he is a portable little guy!
Boz is most at home cuddled up next to his people but he also loves playing with his canine foster brothers. He has not been exposed to cats but we suspect that he would do just fine with a kitty.
Boz is housebroken and gives a clear signal when he has to go out. But on those occasions when his foster parents have, they crate Boz because he may mark when left alone. He really doesnt like being away from his special people.
Boz has been fully vaccinated and heartworm tested. He is neutered and will have a dental prior to adoption.
If you are interested in adopting Boz, you must fill out the following application: http://www.cairnrescueusa.com/adopt/frm_adopt.php, Unfortunately we can not answer general inquiries made through Petfinder. The above application IS A MUST!
Bozs adoption fee is $250.
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