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She-She

Shih Tzu

Small, Female
White  / Cream

12 Years 1 Month 2 Weeks (approx)

  • My health has been checked.
  • My vaccinations are up to date.
  • My worming is up-to-date.
  • I have been spayed.
Animal ID #
139724

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**AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION FROM FOSTER. BONDED WITH TY-TY** These two *love* to go for walks, love being outside sniffing around. They both have great stamina even given their age :) :). Ty-ty likes to eat!! A few times the first week or so we had to guide him away from She-she's food so that she got some too :). But they seem to have figured that out now. They are very loving dogs, love it when we come home. She-she, in particular, will be waiting for us with her tail wagging looking for scratches. Ty-ty will come along too. He seems like a bit of an old grump sometimes :) :) but does like to get scratched. We brought them home and they acclimatized reasonably quickly in our house. (We have two kids at home, my wife and myself). Ty-ty went for surgery - one of his eyes was removed - that first week and for a few days he was recuperating. By the end of the week or early the next week they were both kind of back to normal. They figured out where they have to "do their thing" (outside in the backyard) and have been great with that. Ty-ty has slept in bed with my son (12 yo) every night and they both seem to love the love and attention. She-she slept on our daughter's bed for a while and has now switched to sleeping on the couch downstairs in the family room with Max, our other foster dog. She-She is on a prescription diet for bladder stones, please inquire for more details. She-She and Ty-Ty are currently available for adoption from a foster home. Please email foster@mdspca.org with a completed adoption application which can be found on our website, as well as more information about your home environment, lifestyle and what type of pet you are looking for. Finding The Right Pet

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