Cinnamon and her sisters Mimi and Friday were found dumped by a communal washing station in the mountains above Antigua. They were only three  weeks old and were barely wobbling around on their little feet. There were five puppies in the litter, but by the time a good samaritan passed and found them, sadly two had been run over and killed. We immediately took the surviving three puppies.

These little pups were tiny and infested with worms. They responded immediately to the deworming and thrived on puppy chow mush, lots of cuddling and love. They learned how to be dogs from the other puppies and adults in the rescue, and we separated them and placed each in wonderful foster homes when they were about ten weeks old.

Cinnamon is a very affectionate puppy who is somewhat reserved in new situations. She likes to sit back, watch and consider before jumping into anything new. She has been fostered in a home with 12 visiting children, and is great with kids. She also lived with 6 very large older dogs.

We have no idea how big Cinnamon will grow, nor what her breed mix is, but we guess that she will be mid-sized.

She is spayed, up to date on her shots, and in the Bay Area, waiting for her perfect family to find her.