Gypsy is a sweet girl. Very eager to please her humans! She is housebroken, crate trained and walks well on a leash. She needs to be introduced to new dogs slowly, but then is fine. She loves to explore outside, will occasionally return a ball when you throw it and sits for everything (food, treats, leash, etc.). She is a love bug/goofball that wants nothing more than to spend time with her people.
Ballerina is a very sweet, gentle lady. She is about 7 years old and 5lbs. She gets along with dogs and cats, but she really just wants to be with her human. She follows her foster mom around like a tiny shadow. She sleeps through the night in a crate and goes to the bathroom on pads or outside. She wants nothing more than a nice lap to cuddle up on.
Baltimore is a good boy. He is 9 weeks old and 16lbs, so he will be a larger dog. He is a typical puppy, happy, playful and gets along with the dogs and cats in his foster home. He has one brown eye and one blue eye. All of these puppies are stunning looking with great dispositions!
Belize is full of mischief. He is 16lbs and 9 weeks old. He runs around the yard and is always looking to play. He and his sibling Bogota can play in the yard for hours if they were able. They chase leaves and play tug of war with sticks and generally have a great time. He naps at your feet after a good round of play. He is the only one of the litter with green eyes, so pretty!
Barcelona is a typical fun puppy. She is 15lbs and 9 weeks old. She and her foster sibling Boston like to run around and play in the back yard. They love their toys and are very playful. She is a little more outgoing than her brother, but they are all as sweet as can be. She has piercing blue eyes just like her momma, who is part Husky.
Chloe is a beautiful, medium sized (about 40lbs), 2 year old hound/ beagle mix. Once she has decided you are her person, her loyalty is unmatched. She loves to stick with her humans so she is instantly ready for cuddles, walks, play, or whatever her human has in mind. She enjoys the company of dogs that she has bonded with and she is good with cats, but she doesn’t need other animals since humans are her primary focus. Chloe’s confidence grows as a result of her trust in her handler and following their lead.
Chloe is very smart, treat motivated, and eager to please so training time is a favorite activity. She has mastered sit, down, wait, come, and is continuing to develop duration and distance for stay. She is crate-trained and loves the security of her crate. She runs to place in her crate when it is feeding time, people come to the door, or when she just wants a little space.
When moved to a new environment Chloe may need some space and time to adjust and regain confidence. Once she has become familiar, her goofy playful nature comes out and she is eager to show how wonderful and loving she is.