Chick Pea

 

Chick Pea Status: Adopted

Name: Chick Pea

Breed: Cross Breed

Age: Less than a Year

Gender: Female

Location: xxxxx SUTTON COLDFIELD West Midlands

16-07-13 Chick Pea is an 11 week old Cross Breed puppy. She is smooth coated and is a confident, easy going and very frienly girl. She will be a small to medium sized dog. Chick Pea was left in the pound  and has been saved on her last day. Chick Pea would love to go to puppy training classes and will need to be spayed by the age of six months. Chick Pea will make a lovely little family pet.

24-07-13 UPDATE
Chick Pea  is a lovely people friendly pup who just loves cuddles and playing with her 2 friends. But she settles down for a sleep really nicely and she is quiet overnight. Her toilet training is progressing well and had virtually cracked it as long as she goes out regularly, she has been clean overnight.
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23-08-13 UPDATE

....Chick Pea is developing into an adorable little girl, she is the easiest pup I have looked after for years. She enjoys other dogs company but could easily be an only dog. Chick Pea is learning to greet people as sometimes she is still a bit nervous with new people, but is extremely loyal and affectionate to her family and people she has grown to love.  She has even walked off her lead in the fields with her not leaving my side and is an extremly intelligent little lady, learning new tricks daily.
....Chick Pea would love a family where she is rarely left as still shows signs of anxiety but I am sure with time this will settle. She will make someone or a family an extremely delightful companion.

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