$400.00

16 week old girl Blue Heeler - For Sale


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Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17111 United States, Ad#: 380716, Seller: JAYCHAMP01, Member Since: Feb 18, 2015, Date Posted: Feb 18, 2015, Ad Views: 1827 , Seller Accepts: Cash, Paypal

Want to dress up and cuddle with a pretty girl who likes short walks from tree to tree, squeaky toys, and being carried everywhere?
She does have a crate, lined with a red furry blanket, a goofy toy and a squeaky frog that she loves to sleep with, they'll come with her.
She prefers to sleep by your feet, or anywhere close to you. She is great with kids and rarely barks.
We call her Queen (Princess was taken by our daughter) Flurry because she looks like a heath bar flurry and she's really spoiled.
She is working on potty training, she's pretty good at sniffing out a door and letting you know she wants to go out, but she won't wait long! Little tiny puppy bladder and all..
Due to family allergies we have to sell our beloved pup. Her mom is Jack Russell her dad is blue heeler.
She comes with a full size crate, Natural Recipe dog food (2 bags) plenty of toys, a collar, 2 leashes (one 6 ft and one 15 ft extendable, and a car carrying case.
She is a little cuddle bug! I highly recommend she goes to a home where you have time to cuddle on the couch a lot. Couch potatoes would be her absolute favorite thing! She will play fetch, for a little bit, she gets tired pretty easy. Play for 15 minutes, sleep for an hour or to with lots of cuddles!

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This advertisment was posted from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on Feb 18, 2015 by JAYCHAMP01. Find other similar ads by searching the Blue Heeler Dogs & Puppies For Sale & Adoption category.

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