Please contact Cheryl (email@example.com) for more information about this pet.
Holly is one of the 8 puppy mill girls, rescued from MO in Oct. She is a peppy one, full of curiosity, and foxie antics. She loves toys that make any kind of sound. She gets so excited and determined, to get that squeak. She is a very comical little wire.
Holly seems to have forgotten where she came from, and she is happy to be here. She is no longer shy or timid, walks with a bounce in her step, does a very cute play bow to entice you , or another dog, to play. Holly is very social, but for the most part, too busy to be a lap dog. She is more interested in play. She is well mannered in the house.
Holly is crate trained, walks on a leash, and is house training is going well. Holly was born 8-2-02, is spayed, has all her vaccinations, and is micro chipped. Holly would love to be someone's special girl. She has lived and seen the other side of life, now lets show her the life of a pampered pet, she so deserves. I am sorry I don't ship, but I am happy to work with families who are willing to travel. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to meet Holly.
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