Lilo has a black, scruffy, wiry coat and a white chest. She is small, weighing about 25 pounds. She may get a little bigger – maybe up to 30 pounds. She is full of energy and fun! She is very friendly, and wants all of your attention. She loves to play, and would make a great workout partner. She will need exercising to get her daily energy out.
Lilo was pulled from our local animal shelter, where she was an owner surrender. She was adopted out – but the landlord found out and she had to be returned. Lilo had been at the shelter for almost two months.
Lilo might be okay in an apartment, but only if she gets daily walks. She will require a fenced yard if left outside unattended – she will chase a squirrel in a heartbeat. She seems to do well with other dogs and should be fine with children 10 and over.
She is still jumpy, and a big puppy, so Lilo will need training and structure to help her develop into a well-mannered adult dog.
Lilo has started her crate training. She is up to date on her vet care, spayed, heartworm negative and microchipped. She is on heartworm and flea/tick prevention.
If you want a dog that will make you smile, then Lilo is the dog for you! If you are interested in giving Lilo the forever home she wants and deserves, contact the Humane Society of West Alabama at humanesocietyofwa.org or call (205) 554-0011.