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Inky

Breed Dachshund - Terrier (mix)
Gender Female
Color Black - White Bi-Color
Coat Medium
Tail Natural Tail
Eyes Brown
Age 2 years
Size Small
Weight 20 lbs.
Category Dogs
Animal ID Number 9215
Meet Inky! This sweet girl is around 2 to 3 years old. She is listed as a Terrier and Dachshund mix but she is probably a mix of many breeds. At about 20lbs, she is a little low rider with a soft fluffy black and white coat. Inky can be initially shy in new situations but warms up with time and patience. She submissively rolls over for pets from all humans. Despite being small, she loves adventure and is looking for a family who will keep her active. Currently she walks 2 to 3 miles each day, enjoys hikes, and also regularly visits the “small dog” area of the dog park. She loves the freedom of running at the dog park and everyone comments how happy and fast she is. She is dog friendly but will need proper introductions and prefers to be around more mature dogs. She doesn't like when extra playful dogs jump all over her. Inky can be vocal at times; she makes adorable noises out of excitement when she sees her leash and starts her walks. She is also a good watchdog and will let you know when she sees strange dogs or new dogs come over to her foster home. Inky uses a harness while walking but her new family will need to continue working on leash training with her as she still gets excited and pulls on the leash. Despite being a little unsure at first, Inky has now learned to love toys. She likes small soft toys, especially her Lamb Chop, and tosses them for herself and even engages in tug of war sometimes with her foster siblings. Inky is house trained when she has access to the backyard. She is crate trained and does well being crated when her family has to leave the house and at night. During the day, Inky loves to hang out on couches, dog beds, and in the sunshine outside. She watches the TV and will let out some soft noises when animals or weird noises come from the TV. She loves meal time and she "dances" when you start to bring the food out. Inky is looking for the perfect family to help her continue to come out of her shell and show her the good parts of life. If you are interested in meeting Inky, your first step is to submit an online adoption application on our website.

This information is as up to date and accurate as possible for the dog in its current environment. All dogs and puppies will need time and training to adjust to their new surroundings and to learn the rules of their new home. If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs, the first step is to complete the Adoption Form on our website at www.labsandmore.org and take some time to review our adoption process. Your adoption includes the spay or neuter, current vaccinations, microchip, and other services provided while in our care. The safety and health of our puppies is priority one, so we only allow approved applicants to meet and handle puppies. Please understand everything we do is for the dogs and conducted by our kind and generous volunteers. We rely solely on donations, and we do not profit from a dog's adoption. Labs and More is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that operates on donations and time dedicated to this cause by volunteers. Your adoption will save the life of future dogs in need. Labs and More makes no guarantees regarding the behavior, breed, or age of the dogs in our care. Although we strive to provide necessary medical care to dogs in our care, we cannot predict future or current medical needs whether they were symptomatic or not at the time of adoption.

Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog


Inky #9215: Female Dog