Bella - the peke, Dog, Pekingese / Tibetan Spaniel / Mixed

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Species: 
Dog
Breed: 
Pekingese / Tibetan Spaniel / Mixed
Primary Breed: 
Pekingese
Secondary Breed: 
Tibetan Spaniel
Gender: 
Female
Mixed: 
Yes
Home with kids: 
No
House Trained: 
Yes
Age: 
Adult
Special Needs: 
Yes
Spay/neutered: 
Yes
Size: 
Small
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Yes
Found: 
No
Description: 
Bella needs eye surgery! Please donate to help us get Bella the surgery that she needs. Without it she will go blind. Email me at dogsruledc@gmail.com if you can donate even the smallest amount. Thank you! Ask us about sponsoring or fostering Bella ! Sponsors and fosters make it possible for us to rescue and care for homeless and abandoned dogs. Contact dogsruledc@gmail.com to find out how you can help. Name: Bella Breed: Pekingese mix Approximate Age: 4 yrs old Approximate Weight: 14 lbs. Currently Living at: Foster home Bella is the cutest golden Peke that you will ever meet. She is only 4 yrs old which, by Peke standards, makes her a young adult as this is a breed that lives up to 17 yrs. Bella arrived with her brother Buddy from a shelter in rural WV and is currently in a foster home in the DC area. His foster mom is simply in love with both of them says they have a great personality. Bella loves the company of people and her brother Buddy. She is definitely a lap doggie and doesnÂ’t lose any opportunity to ask for back rubs. She loves to be brushed, especially since we had to give her a very short haircut as her skin was suffering from innumerable bug bites. She still has scabs on he back and belly but her foster mom is making sure she is recovering well. She is crate trained and although she didnÂ’t have any accidents in the foster momÂ’s home, she will go through an adjustment period when she will move to her permanent home when accidents are possible. But, as an adult dog, she should learn the rules of the house very fast and all she needs is a little guidance in the beginning. She is good with the other dogs in the foster home, but can be at times food possessive and when introduced to any new dogs; she should be fed separately or in the crate. Training would be very helpful as food aggression is not a terribly difficult behavior to change. Even more, going to obedience school is a wonderful way to bond with your new dog. Attitude towards cats is unknown as there aren't any in his foster home. Buddy and Bella have bonded with each other and they would love to stay together but they can also be adopted separately. Please consider giving Bella the home she so much deserves! Thank you! :-) The adoption fee for this dog is $280, which includes the cost of transport and routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter surgery. Please download and complete an Adoption Application, then email the completed form to dogsruledc@gmail.comif you are interested in adopting Bella! Thank you for contacting K-9 Lifesavers and helping to save a dog's life. Please visit our website at www.k9lifesavers.org . Sponsor Me Today!