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Adoptable Pet of the Week: Dolce

Give a big welcome to the newest Adoptable Pet of the Week, Dolce. This 10-year-old Yorkshire Terrier is an easygoing and lovable guy according to his friends at Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation.

Dolce’s friends had a few more things to say about him:

Dolce is a sweet 10-year-old silky terrier looking for his forever home. He’s taken on the nickname Dooley and he’s small enough to easily tuck into your arms.

He loves being outside and will prance around, sniffing everything, for as long as you let him! Once inside, he’s a little less curious and is content to curl up by your side for a good nap. He loves getting and giving kisses while being hugged.

Dolce is fully house trained and well behaved. He doesn’t bark or beg. He would do best in a home where he’s the only dog or where the other dogs are the same size and temperament as him as he can be a little fearful of bigger dogs.

If you’re looking for a quiet, cute, and lovable little companion, Dolce would like to apply for that position! He’s an easygoing guy and if you open up your heart and home he will jump right in!

Has Dolce found his forever home in you? Learn more about Dolce and how to adopt him at Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation.

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