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In shelter Dog

Palm City, FL, 34990
Pet name:
Yorkshire Terrier
Here is Porsche! He is a nine year old Yorkie. He is 12lbs and loves attention. 
Porsche can also have high energy! Even though he is turning nine years old this month, he has the exuberance of a two year old. If there is a knock at the door you can be sure his barking will let you know better than a doorbell. He loves outdoor zoomies and walks happily on a leash even with more pulling than is ideal. If the leash comes out, he will do vertical jumps at the door with his nose reaching higher than the doorknob. 

At the end of the day he is happy to help get cozy in bed with his people. He will sleep near the pillows or at the foot of the bed and easily on the floor beside the bed on a comfy carpet or blanket. Waking up with Porsche is a gentle transition with him keeping the bed warm until his breakfast is ready or up and helping to make the coffee.

Porsche is a fabulous doggie that lives to love his humans.

No cats. No kids. Good with dogs.

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