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Chloe Grace

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Entered: 05/06/2018
Status: Adopted
Age: 8
Color: Blonde/Brunette Yorkie Poo
Weight: 12 lbs.
Gender: Altered Female
Location: Louisa, VA
Health: UTD, HW-, treatment for UTI complete, recuperated from having 4 teeth extracted
Temperament: Loves adults but is not good with small children, fine with dogs once she knows them, barks at cats but does not chase them




Chloe Grace's Story . . .
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Original:  “This little dog was well loved and very spoiled; plus, she is the cutest thing her foster mom has ever seen!”

Chloe Grace was relinquished to MAESSR by her loving owner when her work life changed, requiring her to travel frequently leaving her Maryland home and her little pup. She didn’t feel it was right to have Chloe spending days at a time kenneled, nor spending long hours alone. This little dog was well loved and very spoiled; plus, she is the cutest thing her foster mom has ever seen!

 

Adjusting well to life in her foster home, Chloe slowly is becoming the boss of the household!  The two permanent fosters in the home are adjusting nicely to being under her control. She loves her toys and will entertain herself playing with them, if no one is up for tug of war. Chloe doesn’t mind the other dogs playing with her toys either; of course, since she has about 22 toys, there is no way can she keep a count!

 

This sweet girl is housetrained and crate trained, has no separation anxiety issues and her house manners are excellent. She sleeps in a crate at night in her foster mom’s bedroom, preferring that to a dog bed. It is a very nice home for her with toys and pillows, very fancy!  Because she is so small and the other fosters are Springers, she is crated when no one is home.

 

Chloe will jump up on the footstool or sofa to make herself at home.  She also likes to sleep on the end tables when it is too warm in the house—an advantage of being small.  She loves long walks and exploring and she is very good on the leash.  Chloe loves to ride in the car, too.  She is always up for any activity as long as she is near people!


This sweetheart was wonderful at the vet’s office; everyone fell in love with her sweet nature. This girl needs a home where someone is around a lot and can give her the attention she is accustomed to having.  Chloe is a good mix between being a lap dog and a medium energy girl.

Wait for more on this tiny girl as she gets used to her new life.