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Nicolas Nathaniel (Nicco)

I am looking to rehome my 1 year old Male (04/07/2023) Shorkie. I have had him since he was 8 weeks old. The reason I have decided to rehome him is because I have not had much success training him to include using the potty outside in a constant basis. His name is Nicholas Nathaniel (Nicco for short). He is up to date on all of his vaccinations and is due at the end of August for his 1 year check up and new rabies shot. He goes to Providence Square vet for all of his check ups. He is very energetic, VERY!!!! food motivated and such a big cuddler. He will be your personal shadow. The other issue is that he has really bad separation anxiety and hates being left home or in his cage. He is also big on chasing squirrels and birds just for fun. he is iffy with other small dogs he is NOT good with bigger dogs, but amazing with children. He has never been around cats though. He is super friendly and will run up to anybody which is an issue because his recall isn’t the best at times. He is an awesome alert dog but sometimes he likes to bark at his reflection in the mirror of glass door. when i work from home once a week) I usually let him outside several times a day. On nice days I just leave the back door open and let him roam in and out as he pleases. I am open to any additional questions you may have.

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Shihpoo. Born Jan 5 2024. I can’t keep him because of my apartment

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He’s very playful and lot of energy. He’s also very protective.


I took him in when he was 1 yr old from someone that didn’t have time for him

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