If man’s best friend is the dog and diamonds are a girl’s best friend, I must be everyone’s best friend! My name is DIAMOND and I am a gem of a girl! I am definitely an haute couture original. I am an exquisite 2 year old Terrier/Beagle mix who currently weighs 30 pounds. I have the black and tan coloring of a Beagle, but with long legs and the body of a Greyhound, but on a much smaller scale. I am not hard and cold like a precious stone, but have a soft and lustrous coat, especially on my ears and face. I am told that I am indeed a rare and beautiful treasure! My foster family thinks that I am almost flawless. I have a very mild temperament that will make me an ideal candidate for any family, no matter the age of the members. I am a romantic at heart and will bond very quickly. I get very excited to see people and long to be with you as close as a ring on your finger. I get along okay with other dogs, as long as they realize that I am of higher carat. I am not much of a playmate, as I would prefer to relax in my luxury and carry my bone throughout the house. I will generously share my bones with my people, but not with other canines. I can be greedy and believe all treats belong to me. My foster family thinks I am brilliant! I am crate trained and housebroken. Not only do I know to do my unpleasant business outside, I do it quickly! I love to go for car rides and I am learning to walk well on a leash. I understand the word “no” and will obey once it is spoken. I sleep through the night, not making a peep. If you are looking to add a stunning addition to your family, you will not find a more polished jewel. Please call Teri at 630-897-7454 so you can meet me, DIAMOND. Confucius says, “Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without”. Diamond’s Video Debut: http://youtu.be/dqfVvf_t9Eo
· Diamond is 2 years old
· Diamond is up to date with routine shots
· Diamond has been spayed
· Diamond is housetrained
· Diamond comes with certificate for free micro-chipping
· Diamond’s adoption fee is $200
For a complete list of dogs and puppies available for adoption, please visit our website at http://roverrescue.org/pages/dog_index.htm.