Noble

Noble

#9197
Terrier, Yorkshire, Yorkie
Male
8 lbs (small)
Est. age: 12 yrs
Status: Available for hospice adoption

How to Adopt

Noble is strongly bonded with Barnes, so we want to adopt them out together.

What could possibly be better than one sweet Yorkie? Two of course! Barnes & Noble are a fantastic pair of brothers. They can’t wait to join you for a jaunt around your neighborhood then curl up on the couch with you while you read a good book. Need help choosing what to read next? Luckily you have a pair of literary experts by your side. (They recommend Dog Songs by Mary Oliver and Culinary Canine.)

Noble is hospice due to the following medical conditions: inoperable liver and adrenal gland tumors.

Here’s a note from their foster:

Here’s a note from their foster:

“Barnes and Noble are the most lovable pair, who, once completely settled into you home, will be your constant companions. They love nothing more than to snuggle up with you.

There will be a settling period and I hope any adopter will be able to dedicate the time they need to feel completely secure. They will demonstrate anxiety at being left alone initially but once they feel secure with you and in your home they will happily snuggle up together in their bed when you go out. And when you return, their excitement when they see you is such a joy.

House training will be an ongoing process. Access to an outdoor space is essential. You’ll develop a routine with them and learn their habits however there will be times you will want to put belly bands on them to avoid accidents in the home. These times include: when you go out, rainy days (Noble hates to go out in the rain) and in the evening. I’m not sure this will ever improve but it’s manageable.

They enjoy walks, and get on well with others, however Noble can be anxious around larger dogs. They may not be compatible in a home with a large dog.

While they get along well with kids, given that they require a little more attention, families with young children many not be the best fit for them.

They eat well and sleep well (although Barnes will occasionally need to go out during the night! This happens less often the more settled he is and if you toilet him right before bed).

They are such a sweet pair who have been thought quite a lot and deserve the most loving, caring and patient adopters.

They are great with other people and dogs. They do not bark, unless left alone. They might not be suited to apartment living therefore."

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