(Dog Reference: PPR17-77)

The adoption donation fee for Lily is $225

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This is our Lily. She is a Chihuahua mix with a birthdate of 2-8-12. She weighs just 7.5 lbs. and is a real beauty with her white and tan markings.
Lily was an owner surrender who came in with another foster pup, Lyla. Due to unforeseen circumstances they were both surrendered to Puppy Pals Rescue for rehoming.

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Since Lily came into rescue she’s been spayed and provided all her vaccinations, tested heartworm and fecal negative, been micro-chipped, and is being kept on monthly preventatives.
When Lily was only 3 months old, a small child dropped her and broke her leg. They had to put in pins, etc. She healed just fine and the only sign that something happened is a scar on her left front leg. The only long term issue is her fear of small children. Small children seem to make her nervous.

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Since being in her foster home, we’ve discovered that she really prefers to be the only dog. She doesn’t like to share and will growl at some of the other dogs when she feels like it. She has never bitten or caused a fight – just shows her Alpha side. She really does great one-on-one with humans. We don’t know how she would act around cats.
Her favorite spot is on the back of the couch. She seems to be leash, crate, and house-trained; however, has had an occasional accident. Lily is a diva who doesn’t like to go outside alone if the weather isn’t perfect and we have to force her at times. She’ll do fine once she’s outside. So will need continued reinforcement in this area. She will go on pee-pads if provided. She will stay in her crate at night, but prefers to be with humans. She does great on car rides. Lily is a little cuddler and loves to snuggle with her foster mom under a blanket watching tv.

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Due to her personality – we suggest only children 10+ and possibly a situation where Lily is the only dog. She doesn’t require a lot of exercise and she is very easy going. A fenced in yard is preferred; however, not required if her adopter is willing to walk her and has patience with her going potty on a leash.
Lily loves her humans and will provide many years of loving companionship for the right person.

If you have questions about this pup, please contact the foster home at the link below. If you think this is the pup for you, please go to PPR's Applications Page and apply! Please email the foster home at the link below to let them know you have applied, as sometimes forms seem to get lost in cyberspace.
PPR pups are featured at Petco in Centerville at the Cross Pointe Center one Saturday each month from Noon – 2:00. Check PPR's Events Page for dates and contact the foster home at the link below to see if this pup will be attending! (Please note that we do not do on-site adoptions. There is an application process which includes references and a home visit.)
Would you like to meet this pup? If an application is completed (no obligations) – we could arrange a meet and greet if you are local to this pup's foster home.

Lily is being fostered in Beavercreek by The Klopfensteins. Please use this link to email with any questions you may have.

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