Tessa – 5 month old female Cross-Breed

Tessa, a delightful five-month-old female of small stature Cross-Breed, embodies all the charm and exuberance typical of a puppy.

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With her endearing nature, boundless energy, and playful spirit, she radiates love, joy, and eagerness for the adventures that lie ahead.

Despite her tender age, Tessa displays a remarkable affinity for children, showcasing her gentle demeanor and compatibility with family life, making her an ideal addition to households with young ones.

Her sociable nature extends to her interactions with other dogs, demonstrating an amicable disposition that lends itself to both solo and companionable living arrangements.

Recognizing her youth, Tessa will benefit from ongoing puppy training and will thrive in an environment that provides structure and guidance, making her an ideal candidate for puppy classes.

While she is not yet of age for spaying, prospective adopters must be committed to ensuring her future well-being by undertaking this responsibility when appropriate.

Rest assured, Tessa has received the necessary vaccinations, undergone microchipping, and received a clean bill of health from a qualified veterinarian.

Currently situated in Romania, she eagerly awaits the opportunity to embark on her journey to her forever home.

The Biggies' League
The Biggies' League

For further details about adopting a dog from The Biggies' League, please fill out the adoption form https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/TBL/Dog

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post adoption support is offered.

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