Little Miss
Available for Adoption:
Little Miss
Housebroken
Female
2 Years

Dachshund Mix
Pet ID Number: C24108

How to adopt
All pets over 12 weeks are spayed or neutered.
We give a free spay/neuter certificate to those adopting kittens or puppies.
Little Miss (Missy) is a wonderful, happy dog. She is very energetic she loves to play chase, tug of war, and wrestle with other dogs. She can play well with dogs smaller and larger than her! She is not toy or food possessive.

While she is a very loving dog, Missy can take a little while to warm up, especially with new men. Because of her high energy level she would probably be better around older kids than little ones.

Missy loves to cuddle up on your lap at night and get petted, but she is not clingy and doesn't need to be with you constantly. She is fully housebroken and will circle by the back door when she needs to go out.

She is very obedient and knows a few commands. She rides in the car beautifully. She is a good watchdog, and doesn't bark unless she sees/hears something outside. I have not seen how she is with cats, but because of her happy nature I suspect she would be ok.

She has a beautiful coat with some seasonal shedding and only needs a little brushing once a week. She does not dig or try to get out of the yard.

LITTLE MISS has received monthly sponsorship care from loving donors. The Kirton Family is sponsoring LITTLE MISS. Thank you, Kirton Family, for your loving support!



Pet adoption fee:
Cats & dogs may be viewed and adopted from the Pets and People shelter in Yukon seven days a week,
Monday through Sunday from 12:00 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.

 • Dogs 20 pounds and under - $120
 • Purebred dogs/puppies - $120
 • Dogs over 20 pounds - $100
 • All Cats & Kittens - $75

Pet adoption fee includes:
 • Spay/Neuter
 • Inoculations
 • Worming
 • Cats - Feline Leukemia test (negative result)
 • Dogs - Heart worm test (negative result)

All adult pets are spayed/neutered, come with current rabies certification and tags, are up to date with other vaccinations, have tested negative for various diseases pertaining to their species, and are wormed.
Pets that are too young for altering come with a spay/neuter certificate that is redeemable for a spay/neuter procedure with a Pets and People participating vet. You are required, by contract, to fulfill this procedure when adopting a pet this age by either redeeming the certificate or by use of a personal veterinarian.
Some of the pets' biographies have comments written about them such as "Litterbox Certified", "Housebroken", etc. A lack of comments on a pet's biography does not necessarily mean the pet lacks positive characteristics.  Since we rescue from kill-shelters, we have very little information about most of our pets.  For this reason, we offer a 7-day foster adopt program.  Take any pet home for up to 7 days and if it doesn't work out, receive a full refund of the adoption fee.  The pet may be exchanged at no additional cost up to 30 days.