Greetings, my PYR friends! I’m Princess Jaquita, and my name rhymes with vaquita which means small cow in Spanish. While I’m not a cow, I am a pocket pyr! There’s a special type of dolphin named the vaquita, and it is petite and cute like me. It even has dark rings around its eyes too! The vaquita dolphin will swim away if a boat comes near, and I need time to get to know people as well. Once I trust you, though, I love getting kisses and belly rubs! I also love being with my fellow doggies. Dolphins always live in groups, and I’ve lived with another dog my whole life. A very important part of a dolphin family is the children, and I couldn’t agree more! Kids are special to me too. While dolphins use echolocation to get from one place to another, I have to use a leash or ride in a car. Luckily, my GPRA transporter said I’m easy on the leash and great in the car. If you’re looking for a smaller pyr with a lot of love to give, I’m ready to come home with you and join your pod (that’s dolphin for family)!
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