The Pet of the week is Sawyer. He is a happy go lucky little guy who is wiry and gregarious. He loves to play with his best friend, and brother Weston (also up for adoption).
While Sawyer instigates rough housing with Weston he will run and jump in your lap if he begins to lose the battle or if he just needs time out. He is protective and will bark when he hears unfamiliar sounds around him. He is paper-trained but not house trained. Since he is a little guy moving too quickly around him makes him nervous and he will run for cover. Sawyer is always interested in what you are doing and loves balls, toys and treats. Sawyer is always ready for a good time and to give you a kiss!
Sawyer is a Wirehaired Terrier / Chihuahua mix and is approximately 3 months old (Apr. 2013). He and his brother Weston were four to five weeks old when they were found in a ditch in Wilmer during a cold rainy week in February. Since then they have been nursed back to health and they are looking for the perfect family who will love and cherish them forever.
Sawyer is heartworm negative, up to date on shots, neutered and micro-chipped. If you are interested in meeting Sawyer, please contact us at 251-443-1198 or email us at email@example.com .
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