'I love trying to catch rain drops!' (No, I don't bark at everything!).
Intake Date: February 20, 2016
Last Update: June 2, 2016
Date Available: March 26, 2016
Estimated Age: 4 years
Weight: 18 lbs
Energy Level: Medium
Color & Markings: Red and White
Good with other dogs: No (I'm only sassy towards other dogs when I get really excited).
Good with cats: No (Dogs, cats.. doesn't matter, I'm still sassy!)
Good with kids: 8 years and older
Object Aggression: No
Special Needs: Limited Vision
Medications: Eye medications required daily for life (Apoquel for allergies).
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes (Thanks to foster mom!)
Physical Fence Required: No
Adoption donation: $500
Update: August 4, 2016
Betty is currently pending adoption, but she has come a long way. Betty will continue to need eye medications for the remainder of her life on a daily basis. Betty's eye is dry and unable to produce tears. Betty's eye issue does NOT stop her. Betty is comfortable, feels good, and is a great pup!
May 20, 2016
Awesome news everyone, I finally know the difference between carpet and grass and now know it's only acceptable to potty on the grass! I could not have done it without the continuous support of Foster Mom. I also sleep in my crate at night without making a single fuss (I'm starting to like it in there!).
I like staying close to my humans and often times Foster Mom doesn't even need to leash me. (Apparently my vision is poor, but my nose works just fine!). My favorite activities include barrel rolling in the yard, snuggling in my dog bed and making my people laugh. Foster mom says I am one quirky girl and could keep you amused for hours on end. Speaking of quirky, I can walk up stairs, but I can not go down stairs (this is how I keep my tiny frame). Because of my pocket bully stature, I also can not jump on furniture, however if you're willing to escort me to the couch, I would love to take a nap by you! I am quite the firecracker and truly appreciate a good belly rub, however I prefer to be with my people over other dogs or cats (I really just like being the center of attention - can you blame a girl?).
If you have the room in your heart and home please consider being my forever family. If you invest in me, I promise to keep you entertained all day everyday!
PS. The video above is of me trying to catch rain drops!
Please consider sponsoring Betty to help with medical bills.
Meet Betty. Oh my dog...she is a spitfire. She came into BBR in pretty rough shape. She is currently on three eye meds, her ears are in poor shape (one is cauliflowered with lots of stenosis and infection), she is on two antibiotics for skin and a UTI, she has worms. She was also spayed and had her palate shortened. Dr. Brys described her attitude as "ornery"! She is tiny, 17 pounds, and is hilarious!
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