ADOPTED! Cuddles (Kids-N-K9s November 2010)





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Published on Nov 15, 2010

You will not find a more loyal dog than Cuddles! Once she's bonded with you, there is no turning back because she will look at you like you hung the moon every day. She is nice to everyone but for her one special person, boy oh boy, it's a whole different story. She is in a dog training therapy program with a teenager at the shelter and within a few days, she realized she was his and from that moment on, he is everything to her. She gets so excited when she sees him she starts dancing all around and just bounces happily in place next to him with her tail wagging like crazy to show him how happy she is to see him. She would rather stay close to him than run all around the field and just wants nothing more than to be in his presence. She is friendly to everyone else, but her heart truly belongs to just that one special person at a time. Could you be that person for Cuddles?

Cuddles seems like she's had a lot of training before ending up at the shelter on August 25 because her owner had a change in lifestyle and couldn't take care of her anymore. Cuddles got sick when she first got to the shelter and lost a lot of weight. She's been very healthy now for the past few months but still needs to put on some weight. She has the long, lean body of a Whippet (and those ears!) but she could still stand to gain some weight. If you like to care for a dog and fatten them up, Cuddles could use the attention! Cuddles knows how to sit, come, and spin and is learning other tricks like stay and lay down. She will happily walk right into a crate and is housetrained so that is a great start to a pet!

Cuddles has been great with all the other dogs and is gentle and friendly with them. She seemed fine with kids, though she would probably prefer a home without kids or with older kids where she can spend a lot of quality time with her person. She would be fine in an apartment or a house as she is happy to go for walks but isn't hyper with a need for lots of room to run. Cuddles needs to be an indoor dog.

Cuddles is currently in the Kids-N-K9s dog training therapy program and is being trained 5 days a week. She will finish up the training program she's in on November 23 and can go home anytime at or after graduation that evening (she can go home on the weekends before that, too).

Cuddles is a 3 year old Whippet mix. She is currently about 31 pounds but should be about 36 pounds. Her $25 adoption fee covers shots, spaying (she's spayed), a heartworm test (it's negative), and a microchip. Her animal ID # is 11314044.

***NOTE: Cuddles is currently in the "Stray" kennels not accessible to the public without staff assistance. Please ask for help and come meet Cuddles!"

Visit www.wilcopets.org for hours and location or email for more information.


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