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Anyone looking for a lap dog? If so, I’m your girl. My name is Kaylie, and I have had 7 years to perfect my snuggles.

Originally from Arizona, I lived with my people for 7 years and then one day they dropped me off at the county shelter. Why? Well there was a two year old in the home who would torment me. I didn’t bite or do anything bad, but I was scared. So, my person thought it was best if I was sent away.

I am really a good girl, though. I tell you when I need to go out and I love to snuggle next to you on the couch or the bed. I’m mostly a quiet girl, but if I meet the right dog, I LOVE to wrestle and play. To add to my perfectness, I know some cool tricks. Like when I’m waiting for a treat, I spin in circles!

If you choose to be my person, I will stick to you like glue. Superglue in fact. I would prefer a home where I’m not left alone often. My person is just too important to me. If you are ready for a best friend, stop by and meet me. I would love to see you!

Here’s what her foster mom has to say:

“Kaylie has been in my home for several weeks and is a total cuddle bug. She loves to cuddle under the covers! She will burrow under the covers with me at night and snuggle up as close as possible to me. She is skittish at sudden movements and will cower when she feels she has done something wrong, but with encouragement and a soft voice, she quickly recovers.

She knows how to (and loves) to play fetch. She is a very intelligent and patient girl but do best with another doggie playmate in the house. Funny tidbit; she will not walk onto the kitchen floor at all! Even if her food bowl accidentally slides onto the kitchen floor, she will stretch out as far as she can to drag it back to the ‘safe’ flooring without having to touch the kitchen floor. So cute (and a little weird). She is a wonderful girl and will make someone a great companion. Older children that know how to be respectful of doggies and approach calmly would be best.”

As Kaylie is in a foster home, please call us at the rescue if you’d like to meet her!