Hi everyone! Checking in on Rilee. He is a sweet little guy and is doing well. We've had him for a few days and we're still getting to know him but here's what we know so far: He just turned 1 and he is still very much a puppy! He needs a fenced in yard because he loves to be outside and loves his toys! He is very active and loves to go for walks. He is a little fearful of strangers but warms up if you take a slow approach. He loves other dogs and I've been told he gets along with cats but I can't confirm this because I don't have cats. He is pretty good with his potty manners but he does mark when he goes to a new place. He has appointments scheduled in June for vet check-up, grooming and neutering. Currently he is about 6 lbs but he needs to gain a little. Sometimes he rides well but other times he gets a little car sick. Rilee is looking for a home where he will not be left alone for more than a couple hours a day. A fenced in yard is a must! He is an active puppy and is looking for an active owner that will take him for lots of walks and spend time playing with him and socializing him. As a young puppy, a training class will also be required.
Rilee is staying with Barbara in McKean, PA.
More about Rilee
Requires a yard, Playful, Affectionate, Intelligent
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Young Yorkies will have a higher adoption donation since they are the most highly sought after and they help to cover the costs of the older dogs who have a harder time finding a loving home. It is sad but true that people overwhelming demand very young dogs when they would be infinitely happier with a mellow adult.
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