The Paprocki Family Saved My Life!
Kiki was born about December 6, 2016 (an estimate by one vet, another felt that maybe 2014 was more accurate) and weighs just over 11 pounds. Kiki had a bit of a health scare recently as she came to us with a mammary mass. The lump was removed and the biopsy came back benign with clean margins. It is explained in the report that she may or may not develop another mass in the future and if she does it should be removed and another biopsy done. We are so very grateful that we were able to help this beautiful, fun loving little lady. Kiki is absolutely precious, made of sugar and spice and everything nice! She is all about having fun and being happy! She absolutely loves playing with other dogs, and is having a ball in her foster home with her new family. She enjoys sassing cats, though hasn’t ever made physical contact. If you have kitties she may not be the best fit for you.
Kiki is seeking a home with fun loving humans and at least one other canine brother or sister who is into wrestling and good old fashioned games of chase. Kiki’s hobbies include ballet (yes, she likes to dance and spin on her back legs), frogger (she leaps from ottoman to chair to couch back to ottoman), eating snacks, playing dress up with her little min pin sister, chewing on Benebones, and snuggling in for a big cuddle on a cold winter’s night. Kiki is extremely bright and has a lot of moxie. She may not be a good choice to go off leash, only because she is easily distracted. However, if she does get out she is great at responding to her name, so her recall is pretty spot on. Kiki is working on her house breaking. She is absolutely wonderful with pee pads, and is also good in the crate. It has been a very cold few months; once the warmer weather comes I expect her to be more willing to go outside.
Kiki is absolutely adorable. She is funny, smart and charming. She adores everyone and would be great and trustworthy with any age human. She has a lot of spark and a great attitude … she is a tough little cookie! She is also absolutely beautiful, her coloring and soft tan spots are really lovely. We like to mention that with these tiny dogs house training can be a bit of a challenge, so it is always better for everyone if potty floor pads are kept handy. This is all we know so far as the southern shelter doesn’t ask questions on intake as they feel it is embarrassing as the reason is so often financial in this poverty stricken coal mining area of VA.
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