Updated June 15, 2020

 

Clover is a petite young lady at roughly 6 lbs. She just had her 4th birthday in April 2020 and is a real cuddle bug. She prefers to stick close to her foster mom, always following close behind. She initially had some separation anxiety and would pace and bark when foster mom left for a long time. Now she only seems to bark a short time after foster mom has left and then returns to her bed.

Currently Clover is residing with 3 resident Chihuahuas with whom she gets along well. She will grumble her displeasure if they intrude too much for her liking but she does not escalate further. She is often cuddled up with them in a blanket on foster mom’s lap.

Clover enjoys her food and gets very excited at meal times. She does know how to sit and will do so on command. Clover enjoys chasing little tennis balls as well as playing with her squeaker toy, and has mastered the use of the doggie door to let herself in and out when foster mom isn’t quick enough to do it. Clover does use pee pads when the humans are not home to let her out. Clover is a little timid and takes her time to warm up to new people. She will initially bark at them from a distance. She will slowly move closer and eventually will permit a petting. Clover has been spayed and appears to have had some dental work done previously, as she is missing some teeth.

Clover’s  separation anxiety requires her not to be left alone for extended periods of time and she is a barker and may prove not suitable for apartment/condo buildings.

 

If Clover is the girl for you, please fill out an adoption application. You can purchase a sweater and/or blanket for her, or any of our other fosters dogs.

Please consider becoming a CCRT Sponsorship Angel for any of our fosters by making a financial donation towards their care.

 

 

Vital Stats

Age: 4 years old, DOB:  April 10, 2016

Weight: 6. lbs

Location: Milton

Adoption donation: $400