Seriously, ratties make the best companions and are the most loving pets. They are energetic, but not annoyingly so; they are loving, but not in a clinging, needy way. They love to please and are very intelligent, so they learn well. The only drawback to the breed I have found is that they are very independent and can be stubborn. This is really not a problem if you learn to handle your rattie correctly.
So, today I want to talk about Ratterrierresq.
Here is an excerpt of one of the available dogs for you to see and think about adopting.
My name is Monty, and I am about 2 to 3 years old and weigh 14 pounds. I love to run and play, but my most favorite spot is next to my human. I love stuffies (stuffed toys) but I’m a little hard on them. I am learning about walks on the leash,and am a doggie-door champ, but at first that was a little scary: now I teach everyone else how to use the doggie door when they first get here. My foster mom says I am very handsome (of course), very smart and the best snuggle bunny you have ever met. I love, love, love to sit in my person’s lap, and snuggle with them under the covers at night. I am house trained, don’t really like the crate very much and would prefer to just be loose in the house. When I see a new house, I might forget and try to “mark,” but a stern word is all it takes to remind me. I can jump really high, and the perfect home for me would have a fenced backyard, or someone to walk me a lot. If you are looking for a handsome guy to be the love of your life, look no further! Please see more pictures of Monty!