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Kerri

Terrier
Irish Terrier, Mix

An adotable dog in Dunellen, NJ

  • Young
  • Small
  • Female



6/9 Kerrie has now been in foster care for 2.5 years and has not had a single application on her. I don't understand why. She is a nice dog who is looking for a quiet adult family. She does pretty well with the other dogs in the house, so she would work well as an only dog or with a companion. Please give Kerrie a chance to have her own family. She is currently undergoing heartworm treatment and is doing great. .2/27/11 Kerrie has turned into a wonderful little companion dog. She is generally found close to her foster Mom, and if possible sitting in her lap. Her behavior with the other dogs is very appropriate. Kerri now eats in the kitchen with the rest of her foster siblings. She loves to race around the backyard with everyone. No cats for her though, she finds them a little too interesting. Kerri still needs a little work polishing her social skills, but she has proven herself a bright girl who is willing to learn when someone takes the time to teach her. 11/25/10 Kerri was rescued from a hoarder situation where she, and all of the dogs, were kept chained up outside on three foot chains. They were occasionally thrown food. When she first arrived in foster care, she was terrified. She was a little nippy with her foster Mom and did not want any of the other dogs near her. After less then 2 weeks, Kerri now has the run of the house with her canine siblings, enjoys sitting in her Foster Mom's lap, and has even given a couple of kisses. The turn around has been amazing. She does eat in her crate, as she is still very protective of her food around the other dogs (but fine with Mom handling her while eating). She may do best as an only dog, where she can get lots of attention and continue being more confident. But she would probably also do well with another, non-dominant dog, aslong as she is properly introduced. If you have a little extra patience and are looking for a diamond in the rough, Kerri could be your girl. She is small, weiching only about 17 pounds. Adoption fee $225

Contact Info

 

Miracles With Paws

Dunellen, NJ

Phone: Please email

Email: Miracleswithpaws@hotmail.com

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