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Search criteria: Animal is JUNIPER
1 Dog found

   Name: JUNIPER
TREE PUP 7
   Breed: Corgi - Chihuahua Mix
   Gender: Female
   Age: 4 mos.  Birthday: 4/2018 (est)
   Weight: Small (less than 30 pounds)
   Just Adopted!
   Milo ID: 27606
** Please note, all of the Tree Litter, Corgi mix pups are in a loving foster home and being fixed this week at FOF. They will be available for meeting at our upcoming mobile adoption event this Saturday June 16th at Terralinda Pet Food Express. Please bring your applications and meet them then! Adoption Fee: $500** Juniper is the adventurer of the litter. On the first day, she was already getting the lay of the land – when the others were sticking close to the humans. She has a corgi shape and ears that stay up and ready for action. She sleeps well already and is great with recall (even with a new name!), and she is interested in human interaction while being fine off playing – nice combo. About the litter in general… We have been the lucky foster home for the TREE puppies. They came to Milo from Merced, and it seems they were clearly loved and nurtured as pups. Right from the start, they were comfortable with being handled and with people of all ages. Early in their stay, we had a 3- and 5-year-old over to meet them – and they held each and every pup. Not one puppy tried to get away…not one was dodging the attention. They were all willing to be held in laps – on fronts and backs. They could not have done better with the new kids. They seem to be adaptable and solid travelers. They spent hours in a kennel during their trip to Milo – they cried a bit, but they were, in general, great sports even in a stressful and new situation. They have been in the cars back and forth to Milo twice at this writing, and they have been terrific passengers. For the last two trips, their kennels were clean after hours of travel. Quite amazingly, they are already doing well with the early stages of potty training. All of them will go the minute they are taken from pen to grass – they do still use pee-pads in their pen, but for puppies, they are showing a great understanding of the process. Of course, time will need to be spent potty training them – but they are already showing positive signs. We have fostered many litters, and usually, there is a clear alpha dog – but NOT in this group. It makes us think that maybe they were raised by/with an older dog who showed them the ropes. They seem so calm, loved and secure. They have all done very well with our two Milo graduates (both mixed-breed dogs – 25 pounds and 19 pounds). They are interested in our dogs, but they also play alone or with their littermates. None of them have had a negative reaction or response to anything our dogs have done – and our dogs love them. We have two feeding bowls, and all 8 puppies move freely between them. They do not resource guard – but they will tell their brother or sister to move out of the way if they are being squeezed out. They love to play with chew toys, and they love to run and play in the sand and grass. A few of them were interested in the sprinklers…no skittishness when the water was on. Overall, these pups are amazing. They are playful, interested, smart and sweet. We will really miss them, but we are so excited for them all to find their forever homes. Anyone would be lucky to have one of these pups – and how cute are they?



Search criteria: Animal is JUNIPER
1 Dog found

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