Bo Peep came to us extremely pregnant, having been surrendered to a shelter nearly full term. (We can't know what would possess people to do that to their dog but at least they didn't just dump her in a field somewhere). We think we have her mix right or very close at Manchester Terrier and Dachshund. Whatever it is, this amazingly sweet and devoted girl delivered 13, yes 13!, puppies. Two were stillborn and two were so tiny they didn't make it through one day despite all our efforts, but nine of them survived and are all looking for homes of their own now. Having accomplished this amazing feat for a 19 pound, three-year-old girl, Bo Peep is done caring for her little herd and needs a home and family to call her own. Whoever adopts this beauty will be very lucky! Bo is all love and devotion. She knows how to cut loose when it's appropriate, but just chillax when it's time to wind down. She has been around young and old folks and loves nearly everyone as long as they introduce themselves properly. Bo gets along great with other dogs around her size and smaller, and needs a bit of time to meet larger dogs but seems to enjoy the ones that aren't too high strung. She is also very treat motivated and easy to train. Should you want to adopt Bo Peep please read on or go directly to throwmeabonedogrescue.org/adoption-process All potential adopters are expected to complete an application and provide pictures of their yard, patio, and/or balcony making sure we can see the fence line and/or railing. The application can be completed and submitted from our website - throwmeabonedogrescue.org - the link is found of the Adoption Process page. Applications will be reviewed for approval before setting an appointment to come meet and possibly adopt the dog of interest. In addition, those who live in a rental property are expected to provide proof that they are allowed to have a dog where they live. Each of our rescued dogs has been de-wormed if necessary, de-flea'd (with topical treatment if old enough, and by medicated bath if too young), spayed/neutered, microchipped, is up to date on shots, and has been fully examined by a veterinarian. In addition, each adopted dog comes with a starter baggie of the food it has been eating, a few treats for training purposes, a rawhide chew, a lead and collar, and a folder containing pertinent records.