Please meet the most adorable little brother and sister duo. Heidi (cream) and Otto (black). They were found as strays and were luckily brought to the right people for rescue! They will be in foster care for the next 3 weeks as they won’t be available for adoption until about 9 weeks of age. They will be adopted out separately.
Heidi and Otto love to play chase and love to play together and with their foster sisters. Heidi is the most rambunctious and confident of the two and Otto is the more easy going of the two. Both are spunky in their own ways and have LOTS of energy! They have had their first round of shots and are complete bundles of joy. Typical puppies with A LOT of energy! Working on being housebroken, socialized with other dogs and people.
We believe them to be a Schnauzer and terrier mix (this is a guess!) and will most likely be about 35 lbs when fully grown.
If you are ready to commit to daily training and socialization and you can be home 2-3 hours a day, then maybe you’re the person for one of us! We would love a home who’s committed to being with us most of the time, especially when we’re so young. We have so much learning and bonding to do! We do super-well with human toddlers, kids and other dogs. We’d love an older doggie buddy at home to play with and learn from.
Before you submit your application for one of our cute, button faces please take a moment to read and think about the following:
Training your puppy: When it comes to any puppy, think about what the dog is being encouraged to do now and ask yourself if this will be wanted behavior when the puppy is bigger and stronger. So while it may be adorable when a tiny puppy jumps up on people for attention, climbs up onto the couch and gnaws on people’s hands, that behavior isn’t so cute when the puppy is adult size, with adult teeth. Plan to take basic training classes with your new dog. A class builds the skills for the dog and creates lasting bonds with his or her new family. Socializing: Have puppies meet as many nice people and other animals as possible to learn and keep great social skills. Protect them from bad experiences. Fear causes many dogs to become defensive, and defensive behavior is seen as aggression.
Are you ready for a full time job with one of us? Are you committed to cleaning, training and socializing us for the rest of our lives? If you are ready for puppyhood (being home every 2-3 hours), we would love to meet you, so we can find our individual forever homes. Please fill out an application and a volunteer will contact you. (BS)