Rebel was in dreadful shape, covered with fleas and his ears chewed ragged.  We suspect he’d been put outside in someone’s backyard, for we had to house-train him immediately along with acquainting him with inside house appliances, what was chewable (toys) and what was not, etc.

If the canine world had a court of royalty, Rebel would be the most sought-after court jester around.  Every day with Rebel is a day filled with giggles and laughs!  Still more puppy-like than he should be at 2 years old, his nature is such that he is the first one to investigate a June Bug flying around, play-bowing to any available dog or when none are available, finding a chewie to throw up into the air and catch by himself.

Rebel gets along well with other small dogs of any sex.  He has quite a bit of self-esteem and not much seems to bother him.  He is respectful of the alpha, canine or human.  He can be mischievous as an elf (which usually gets him into trouble), but it is so comical to watch him get out of it!

RebelRebel is very affectionate and kissy-faced.  He’d prefer to sleep in your bed and play with you as he is falling asleep.  Rebel would make a great family pet with young children to hang out with, but he would do just as well with an active owner(s) who like to walk, jog, hike or stay busy in the out of doors.

Rebel has been doing very well with his house training, but his new home, if previously occupied by other dogs, will have to teach him that marking is not allowed.  We have successfully used a belly band with Rebel and he learned quickly here that marking was not acceptable.  Rebel is also partially deaf, and has a hard time hearing certain pitches.  But once eye contact is established, he knows what you want, he is very willing to please his people.

Rebel’s adoption fee is $395.  He is neutered UTD with vaccinations, dewormed and flea treated.

An adoption application and home visit is required as always.  You can email us at to request an application to be emailed to you.  Thank you!


  1. Jennifer Symons said,

    December 21, 2010 at 12:10 am

    How big is he? What is his mix? I have two families I am trying to sell him on.

  2. Ryan said,

    December 30, 2010 at 12:20 am

    I’m friends with the woman who is currently fostering him and we are seriously considering him 🙂

  3. Linda said,

    November 5, 2011 at 4:33 am

    He’s another doll baby!

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