Petey is about 14-15 weeks old, about 15-18 pounds, and he is an Anguillian island dog. Anguilla is a beautiful island but it can be a hard life for dogs. Petey was wondering the streets looking for food, water, shelter and love but found none. He survived on mere scraps and on anything that smelled even slightly of food. One day Petey met a lovely person who took pity on him and took him to the shelter. The nice volunteers there fed him and gave him affection. When FHDR heard about Petey we flew him to NJ to live in a nice foster home. As you can see, Petey is one handsome fellow! He has a shinny short black coat with white on the tips of his paws and white on his chest and face. And just look at those ears!! Simply adorable! Petey's foster saysĽ└%BDĽ└%BD%BD'Ľ└%BDĽ└%BD%BD|.'If I can only describe Petey in one word it would be Awesome!!! He is a happy, playful puppy and when he plays he bounces! It's so cute! Petey loves everyone including children and other dogs and he will settle in your arms and give everyone puppy kisses. This easy going puppy enjoys playing in the yard, playing with toys, running around the yard with my dog and going for walks on a leash. It is so funny to see him run, he runs really fast and hops! Cute, Cute, Cute! Petey sleeps through the night without accidents and he is learning house training. And, Petey knows to sit before he gets fed.' Everybody that meets Petey say they'd take him home if they could! We know when you meet Petey he will steal your heart! The breeds on the island are different than in the US. So we can't tell for sure what breed the puppy is but what we do know is the puppy is 100% sweetness. If you have a furever home for this pet, please e-mail Furever Home Dog Rescue at FureverHomeDogRescue@gmail.com and request an adoption application. Please note we do not adopt puppies/dogs to homes where they will be alone all day. The breed and age of this pet is listed as is our best guess. We have no background info on who the mom and dad are. We do not have a shelter facility you can visit. Our volunteers foster the dogs and pups in their homes once they have been vetted and transported here to NJ. Please read our homepage www.fhdr.petfinder.com to read how the adoption process works. And, please visit Furever Home Dog Rescue's homepage www.FureverHomeDogRescue.com to see some of our many reviews. Thank you!