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At A Glance
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Entered Foster Care||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|February 1, 2015||optional||yes||optional||not tested|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
I would like to introduce our little Lillie who made a journey all the way from Alabama to be part of RAGOM and find her new family. We're not sure what her story was prior to being surrendered to the shelter down south, but she has been on a great adventure over the last week and is ready to start her next chapter.
She is an adorable medium size mix only weighing 25 lbs right now. She has all of her adult teeth which would put her at 6 months old at least (she seems a little older than that). Lillie is just a sweet little peanut that will give you love and cuddle up with you all day long if she could! That is when she takes a break from playing with her toys, which provides entertainment for all. She can entertain herself throwing toys around and pouncing on them or she loves to play fetch with you.
We have had Lillie sleep in a kennel at night and she only gives a few cries before settling in. She is also kenneled when we leave as she does get into a few things if you are not around watching her. So, you will have to do a little puppy proofing and make sure you don't leave something at the edge of the counter when you turn your back. She may be small, but she can counter surf!
Lillie is a puppy so she will need some consistent training. Her potty training is a work in progress as well right now, but she does keep her kennel clean. She does not guard her food from people and you can put your hand in her bowl, but when it's time to feed her she does want to protect her food from our dog. We've been working on this over the week and an easy fix is to feed her in the kennel, but as long as my dog stays back while I put food in the bowls she is fine. They both eat at their own food bowl about 10 feet apart and my dog just doesn't go by her if she finishes first so we have not had any problems.
Please, let your placement advisor know if you would like to meet this beautiful little girl. She is so easy to manage with her size and you will be rewarded with so much love!