Is Thimble a dog? We think so, but she is very small and so far we haven’t heard her bark. Instead, this teeny, pink, four-pound mammal just snuggles quietly into your arms. Her skin is feeling a little ouchie right now, but all she needs is a little TLC and she will look like her gorgeous self in no time.
Here are some notes about her:
I took Thimble home for an overnight and have already learned a lot about this tiny little tot. Although her skin must be terribly uncomfortable, she is such a well adjusted little gal! She seems to be housetrained AND pee-pad trained, such a bonus! When I took her outside she went number 1 and 2 right away. In the middle of the night she used the pee pad for number 1 and 2 as well – what a perfect smart girl!
She is independent in that she will happily snuggle up in a dog bed, with an extra blanket preferred. She is also quite the snuggler if you want to let her on the sofa as well and will just curl up right next to you. She slept all night, very content in her dog bed. She is such a good girl. After a great night of sleep, she was much peppier this morning and her little walk/trot is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. She takes little baby steps and pitter patters along. She also did great with all of my other 3 dogs and was happy to snuggle with them also.
We’re delighted to report that Thimble is currently in a loving and caring home!