Meet My Dog: Leo, A Yorkshire Terrier Who Lives in Florida
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Meet My Dog: Leo, A Yorkshire Terrier Who Lives in Florida

The cutest boy in the whole world

Meet My Dog: Leo, A Yorkshire Terrier Who Lives in Florida

Terriers are known for their brave, outgoing nature, and Leo is no exception. His name matches his lion-like appearance and mane, so much so that one questions whether he actually descended from wolves.

About Leo:

  • Age: 7
  • Weight: 16 Ibs
  • Where they were born: Unknown
  • Favorite food: Bananas
  • Current location: Tampa, FL
  • Nicknames: Long Nose Leo Boy, Big Boy Leo Boy, Sad Boy, Chunga Chunga, Chunky Boy
  • Best friend: His human
  • Favorite toy: His stuffed broccoli

5 Random Facts About Leo:

1. He's the neediest dog you'll ever meet

2. He loves to ferociously shake his head back and forth when he plays with his toys

3. When he barks, sometimes it sounds like he's saying "mama"

4. He has the longest nose in the world

5. He can beg by sitting on his haunches and waving his paws at you

3 Places They Love To Go With Their Human:

1. His human's bed

2. The kitchen (of course)

3. Anyone's car (seriously, it could belong to anyone, and he will still try to jump into your car, he just loves cars).

The Best Picture Of Leo Ever Taken:

Want to follow Leo's Instagram? Check out @heyitsbabyleo

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