ADOPTED! Madyline

Posted Oct 14, 2009 at 2:29 am in Latest News



CongRATulations to the Aukstikalnis family!

I’m Madyline, but you can call me Princess Madyline. I am 12 pounds, 2 to 3 years old, and a Teddy, which means I am short-legged. I just finished my Heartworm treatment so it is important that I get heartworm prevention pills every month, just like all dogs should! Now I can run and play and I feel just fine. I had bad fur and skin, and I am now getting back to my beautiful self. My fur still has a little way to go to be perfect, but I’m on my way. My favorite dog here at my foster home is a male, and we get along fine since he knows I’m the boss. I love tug of war and I steal his tennis ball whenever I can. If you are thinking about adopting me, you need to know that I need to be top dog since I’m a little bossy. I love to be next to my human and will bestow much love and a few kisses, and I even smile. I am great on a leash, perfectly house trained, crate trained, and I have learned that not all food is mine. So if you are looking to add a little royalty to your life, I’m your girl! Please see more pictures of Madyline — she’s a darling girl!

2 comments so far:

  1. Rick Aukstikalnis said:

    I am interested in adopting a rat terrier. I was wondering if Madyline was still available. I live in Cypress Texas. I lost my last dog to cancer. Pita, a rat terrier, fought the cancer for 9 months. She was happy and well loved. I have a large backyard and no children. I can supply the name of my vets for reference.

    Thank you,


    posted September 18th, 2009 at 1:03 pm
  2. Leslie MacBride said:

    Is there any arrangement for transporting dogs?
    I need a therapy dog to keep my other terrier company.
    I have medical issues that respond best to having terriers on my lap and I need another young/adult. No children here, and I am an experienced handler. Fenced yard, the whole nine yards. There are no Rattie rescues here, but my “Jack” was rescued out of a dog pound locally. It took three days to catch him.Most animals are fine with me and I don’t mind shy or traumatized animals. I am a Psychologist by profession. I would be best adopting a terrier that might not be right in other situations. Jack used to bite, but no more.

    posted September 24th, 2009 at 10:07 pm

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