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Teddy Roosevelt Terrier Dog For Adoption in BELLEFONTE, DE, USA

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Seller Name: David
Location: BELLEFONTE, DE, 19809

Breed: Teddy Roosevelt Terrier
Gender: Female Female

Buttons - Flag

Age: Adult
Availability Date: 02/04/2019
Location: BELLEFONTE, DE, 19809
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Teddy Roosevelt Terrier Dog For Adoption in BELLEFONTE, DE, USA

Physical Attributes
Size Small
Color/Markings Black/Brown & white
Eye Color Mixed
Ear Type Pointed
Tail Type long-Straight
Coat Length Short
Grooming Needs Not Required
Likes to Vocalize Some
Shedding Amount Moderate
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats Yes
OK with Farm Animals No
Energy Level Moderate
Activity Level Moderately Active
Exercise Needs Low
Fence Required Any Type
Obedience Training Has Basic Training
Owner Experience Required None
  • Housetrained
  • Preditory
  • Good in a Car
  • Likes to Fetch
  • Likes to Play with Toys
  • Likes to Be in Your Lap
Personality Characteristics
  • Playful
  • Independent
  • Affectionate
  • Eager to Please
  • Intelligent
  • Even-Tempered
  • Gentle
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

It breaks my heart but I must give up my girls, Flag (2 1/2 yrs) and Buttons (6 1/2 yrs). THEY MUST STAY TOGETHER! Both are Very Sweet, Loving, Healthy Girls.- Both Spayed. Easy to care for and love, they'll love you back and be devoted to you! Flag is 14 lbs, Buttons is 9 lbs. You'll get their vet records. They are up to date on shots. Free to good home. Teddy Roosevelt Terriers are similar to rat terriers and Chihuahuas. Both from a very reputable breeder. THEY MUST BE HOMED TOGETHER!

Teddy Roosevelt Terrier

Breed Group: Terrier
Height (in): 8 - 14 in
Coat: short, dense, and smooth
Country of Origin: USA

More About Teddy Roosevelt Terrier Breed
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