Please contact Teresa (email@example.com) for more information about this pet.
I'm quite a young, energetic lad ~ all of 1 year old!
I've had 2 previous homes. One gave me up because she became pregnant and the other because I am so energetic & need someone to 'positively channel' my inner dog
I met someone named the vet, so I am current on all my shots, HW & have also been neutered
As you can tell from the photo, I'm a dog who needs to be kept physically & mentally busy
Oh I'm housebroken & mostly crate trained too
I do get along with other dogs but tend, as most terrier pups do, to play quite rough and sometimes have to be told when to quit
I chase birds and squirrels so I'm pretty sure that I won't like living with cats
Due to my mischief and lack of guidance as a young pup, I probably would do best in a terrier experienced home
If you are interested in becoming my forever home please contact Teresa at firstname.lastname@example.org
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