Sophia

NJ -

Female -

4 months

This dog was adopted on 2016-11-06

Personal Information

Weight:22 lbs

Color:Fawn

Ears:Natural

Tail:

Spayed/Neutered:No

Shots Up to Date:No

Other Dogs:Yes

Cats:Unknown

Children:Yes

Crate Trained:Yes

House Trained:No

Microchipped:No

Individual Needs:Because I am a young puppy, I require placement where one of my owners is home most of the time. Also, I must have a sturdy 4 foot fence...no electric fences please! I must remain in rescue for at least 4 weeks and will go to my "forever" home spayed I can only be adopted into the state of NJ and limited parts of Pa. and NY.

Adoption Donation:$375

My Story

09.18.2016

Sophia and her sister went to the vet on Thursday.  They were such good girls!  The vet did note that they are healthy puppies and did examine their affected skin.  He felt that the limited areas of scar tissue on their backs would not grow hair.  However this condidtion will not worsen over the course of time.  He did mention that an adopter could consider cosmetic surgery if they wanted to go that route...But as their foster mom, I don't even notice it anymore.  Their personalities far outshine their skin scars and they are such good puppies.  Their "potty" training is coming along wonderfully!  Their crate blankets have been dry in the morning and they go right outside through three rooms without an accident.  They are very happy! They play, play, play.  Then they eat, go out, nap...repeat.  Very easy, delightful little gals!  Will update again soon since puppies learn so quickly.  In fact they are starting to learn their names!

09.11.2016

Hello there everyone!  My name is Sophia and I just came into rescue with my sister Scarlet.  My sister is a little taller than me but I'm  the boss! We love each other and always stick together.  That is why when we were four weeks old and at the breeder, my sister and I slipped thru a doggie door which came down and scraped our backs.  We had to spend some time at the vet but we are good to go now! The vet is unsure how much hair will grow back but we are the same sweet girls regardless.  Just ask our foster mom...I heard her say we are delightful! We are so good in our crate and sleep thru the night.  Sometimes we play together in there too!  We are working on potty training now (whatever that is!) and hear we are doing quite well since we have only been at our foster home for a couple of days.  We will be going to the vet this week so my foster mom will update soon. So stayed tuned!

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