ID Number: 6028
Breed: Terrier / Mixed (short coat)
Age: 5 Months 21 Days (Birthdate: 6/15/2021)
Size: 16.6 lbs. (Small)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
Adoption Fee: $250
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Learn More About Veronica
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Size: ~Small range: Up to 25 lbs
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Not Apartment-friendly
Veronica is a happy and spunky little lady looking for her forever home to give her lots of attention!
Foster Home Feedback
11/18/2021: I first saw Veronica on the day she arrived at our rescue. This little creature looked soo tiny in the big kennel. When we had our one-on-one playtime, she just put her little muzzle into my elbow, sighed with relief, and fell asleep. So, the next day, she was at my house. Veronica is a very active, happy pup. She loves playing outside (rain or shine), snow does not put her off and she runs like a high-speed train. She is also pretty good at fetch and tug. She is a very smart girl. As of day one, she figured out "Sit" and "Lay down" for a treat. She is pretty good with "Come" as well.
Veronica has never had an accident in her kennel overnight, but we are still working on potty training in the playpen. I am letting her out every 3-4 hours and we are down to very few accidents. Veronica is kennel trained but will bark initially. She will settle after about 10 minutes but will put an honest effort into trying to escape (securing the kennel with a carabiner solved the issue). She may also be a bit loud if she is kenneled when you are at home, so an apartment setting may not be the best option if soundproofing is not stellar.
It took Veronica and my resident dog (who is a very active and easily excitable German Shepherd) two days to warm up to each other. Veronica initially barked at the house wolf, but very soon they were taking turns chasing each other around the backyard with a lot of enthusiasm. Gradual, supervised introductions to a resident dog will help them to start on a good paw.
Veronica may bark when meeting new people, but a few treats and 2 minutes later; she is your best friend. She is, in fact, very human-oriented and a very tender girl who loves curling on my lap in the evening. Being a young puppy, Veronica will need structure, teaching her to redirect with chew toys if she decides to chew items that are not suitable for this (including you), lots of love, and patience. She is easily redirected, loves rope toys and stuffed kongs.
Veronica is so very lovable. This little peanut with big ears will surely win over your heart!