Little Lamb

Poodle

Adopted!

Playful Little Lamb video

Update January 2023

Little Lamb continues to do well and has had no additional health or skin issues thus far. His coat has filled in and he looks extremely handsome after his grooming before the holidays.

The vets have estimated him to be about age FIVE. As he has become more confident and comfortable in his foster home, he is also showing more sass and playfulness. Because Little Lamb is not a big fan of frigid temps, he only goes on “Little” walks weather permitting which have been minimal thus far. When coming in from a potty break, he signals that he is ready for some “activity” by trying to get the house cats to interact with play or tugging at his foster mom’s pant leg. To redirect his energy, toys are substituted for a “Little” playtime on the floor. He loves to play a gentle “tug of war” with his stuffed toys and “hide the treats” is a favorite challenge for him. After 15-20 minutes or so and he is ready for a nap near his person.
Little Lamb is such a joy and a wonderful balance of fun and cuddles.

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Little Lamb was named by the shelter that originally received this darling fellow not only for his appearance, but for his gentle disposition. He is a sweet, undemanding soul. Cuddles and rubs are cherished and he is very responsive to displays of love.

He naps several times throughout the day, with energy for short walks (with the cutest little trot) in between. When he comes inside and his feet are wet, he even wipes them on a mat just inside the entry door. How cute is that? He doesn’t play with toys much unless they are bigger than he is (see video).

This sweetheart has some visual impairment due to cataracts, but needs no drops or treatment at this time. He has a great sniffer and navigated the main floor of his foster home on day one. He has not had a single accident earning him free run of the house.

Little Lamb rarely barks and would enjoy a calm, low key household, apartment or condo. He likes to sleep in a human bed at night but a dog bed nearby will suffice and he sleeps through the night. During the day he sleeps in a dog bed in the room closest to his person. He is not needy and is fine being left alone at home, but like most pets, prefers his human’s presence. He will greet you at the door on his hind legs with a waggly tail.

Little Lamb does well around men, women, children and cats. He would be fine around another calm small dog, but a large or aggressive dog might be overwhelming. He enjoys car rides and his small size makes him very portable. He is a very low maintenance fellow and will make a wonderful companion. Did I mention he sleeps through the night?!

Little Lamb was adopted!

About Me

  • Sex Male (neutered)
  • Size Small (7.7 lbs)
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Good with other dogs? Yes
Good with cats? Yes
Good with children? Yes

Location

Currently fostered in Winslow, IL. (Transport is available)

Health Info

  • Vision Vision impaired(Cause: Cataracts)
  • Health Notes
    Hair loss probably due to flea infestation when found. Treated with cytopoint. In good health.

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