Quincy – an adorable little fluffball!!
Hello I’m Quincy, I am really cute and hilarious…I know that because everyone tells me so. My foster Mama says I look like a little stuffie bouncing around the room. I am really fluffy and I love to be pet and sit in your lap. I live with my people and foster brother and three cats and I get along well with everyone. I have quite a bit of energy and I like to run and play a lot. I am also pretty happy chilling with the family – I love to sleep beside you on the couch or at your feet when you are hanging out. I also like to be at your feet when you are up and about, so my foster Mama always says watch out for Quincy underfoot!!
I came into AARCS care right after I was born. My Mama was a Cocker Spaniel type dog and she is about 17 pounds. Daddy was a rolling stone and didn’t stick around so we don’t know fur sure, but I might not be a very big dog. My Mama couldn’t feed me so I had a human foster Mama who fed me with a bottle and gave me lots of cuddles. Maybe that is why I love people so much!!!
My foster Mama says I am smart and I learn fast. I am working on my crate training, but of course I would rather be with you, so I have to tell you about that, right??!! Good communication is important, for sure. I’m also working on my house training and learning to sit. I’m just a puppy though so I have lots to learn – maybe we could go to puppy school together? That sounds like so much fun!
I don’t really like to be alone that much so it would be great if there were people or a fun doggie friend at home with me.
I am looking for a forever family who wants to play, train, cuddle and take me to explore everything. In return I will shower you with kisses and love.
If you want to have some laughs and great cuddles, click on the Adopt Quincy button and come meet me – we’ll have lots of fun!!
Good with Cats?
Yes, Good with Cats
Good with Dogs?
Quincy has been good with smaller dogs and calm bigger dogs, but is intimidated by high energy bigger dogs.
Good with Kids?
Only tested with Kids Under 8 Years
Does this Animal have Special Needs?