Yuki was at the shelter shaking (see picture) we could not leave her there. It was so sad!! Now she is saved and this is what her foster Mom has to say about sweet little Yuki:
This little girl is such a lover and oh so cute. She’s chill but loves to go in the yard and sit in the sun and roll in the grass. She’s perfect in the car, she’s perfect on a leash and she’s potty trained. She gets along with other dogs (I have 2 female smaller dogs at 18 and 28 pounds and I’m dog sitting a former foster who’s a male at about 65 pounds and she’s fine). She’s was a little scared of the big dog (Bo) but he’s so gentle so she’s taking to him. I don’t have cats so I’m not sure how she is with cats, but she’s so chill, she will probably love a cat. We can always do a home test. The shelter says she’s about 2 years old. She may be a year or 2 older but you never know. If you’re looking for a dog that likes to curl up next to you, follow you around wagging her little tail, walks perfectly on a leash and is house trained. Here’s your girl. The shelter said her name is Yuki but she doesn’t really know it so you can name her anything you like. I looked up the name Yuki and here’s what I found.
Yuki is a popular gender-neutral name of Japanese origin. While male and female versions of the name have different characters in Japanese, when translated to English without the vowel elongation, they are spelled the same. Depending on the characters used, Yuki can mean “snow,” “happiness,” or “snow flower.” Yuki is a beautiful name to give baby born in winter, or as a reminder of the happiness they have brought to your life.
She is up to date on all vaccines/microchip/spayed and her adoption fee is $350.00
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if you are a senior please consider and more mature dog. We do not adopt to family with young children