Please contact Cheryl (email@example.com) for more information about this pet.
Chloe is one of the 8 puppy mill girls, from MO. She is very affectionate, loves to be talked to, cuddled, have her neck rubbed and is quite content on your lap. She is on the calm, easy-going, side. She isn't timid or shy any longer and loves to be in the house hanging out. Her motivator in training, is treats, she will do any thing for treats.. She loves strips of boiled skinless, boneless ,chicken breast. Chloe loves to eat. Chloe was very close to starvation when she arrived, so this is understandable. She weighed only 10 pounds and should weigh around 16-18 pounds. Chloe has come a long way from the sad little dog I picked up.
Chloe is crate trained, but prefers a doggie bed. She walks on a leash and her house training is going very well. She is good with other dogs. Chloe was born on 8-2-02, is spayed, is up to date on vaccinations and micro chipped. Chloe is in good health, and waiting for the right family to come along. She would be perfect for a retired couple, or single person, who is home, most of the time, and wants a sweet baby to share their life with. Chloe lives in Iowa Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you think you are the right family for my Chloe.
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