Diamond - a TLC hoarder dog (Poodle (Toy) / Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie (long coat))

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Carolina Poodle Rescue

Pacolet, 29651

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About Diamond - a TLC hoarder dog

Distance: 595 Miles
Date into Rescue: 4/5/2019 Reason for being in rescue: Diamond originally came to CPR in 2011. She was adopted quickly and through no fault of her own ended up in a tough situation.. Diamond is back at CPR, has received the medical care she needed, and is ready for her forever home! Foster location: Dreamweaver Farms, Pacolet SC Special Needs? Diamond is developing cataracts, which is not unusual given her age. Diamond is scheduled for a much-needed dental the week of 04/29 and will be ready after this for her forever family. Weight: 15 lbs Height: 11 in at the shoulder Spayed/Neutered: Yes Adoption Fee: $200 Fence needed? No What kind of home would be best for me? Diamond is a tiny, shy, sweet senior lady. All this girl wants is a lap to sit in during the day. Diamond needs a quiet home where she can be someone's princess. She does not want a lot of visitors or even activity, just a lot of love. What is my personality like? Diamonds are ageless, and this could not be more true than with this beautiful girl. Petite, regal, gentle, quiet... Diamond is the perfect lap pet. She is a one-person kind of girl who takes time to build trust. But once you have it, she is yours completely. Diamond originally came to CPR as a retired breeding dog. She knew lots about raising babies and nothing about being a pet. She had to learn what companionship and care from humans look like. And boy does she like it. This girl has not had an easy life, but she has persevered. Diamond is most comfortable with other dogs - she has been around them her entire life. While she is thankful for much-needed medical care, Diamond is ready for a quiet home. Farm livin' isn't for this girl! How do I act when I first meet new people? Shy but gentle Other tips and tidbits:  Estimated Birthdate: 10/14/2005.  Diamond has lived in tough conditions for the past few years. She has received much-needed medical and dental care and is feeling much better. This beautiful girl is ready to retire in a loving home! House trained? Dogs can be house trained if they are in the right environment and are allowed to follow a schedule as long as a physical reason doesn't keep them from being trained.  A dog house trained in my home may not be in yours. We will help you teach your new dog this necessary skill and based on your schedule.

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Age: Adult
Size: Small
Gender: Female
Location: Pacolet, SC
OK w/ Dogs: Yes
OK w/ Adults: All
OK w/ Seniors: Yes

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