My name is Tucker!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Imperial Beach, California - Tucker
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Wee Companions

Facts about Tucker

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 16133

"I was very lost, starving, and in pain when I was found by some kind humans. I can't remember what happened to me, maybe I have blocked it out, but the scars still remain. I had a large gaping wound where my tail should have been, my lungs were bruised, and I had scabbed wounds around my neck and legs. I was really skinny and had no faith in life any more. I received expert emergency vet care and my healing began.

I still woof my food down( ha ha) because I think it may be a while until I eat again, but regular meals are making me feel better and I am a little less protective of my food with the other dogs around. I am very food motivated so I could learn to do just about anything for a tasty treat.

I am still a little afraid of leashes so it's taking me a while to learn that they can mean fun and play time. I am really trying hard with housebreaking, I am a smart boy, so will be really good at that 100% of the time very soon.

I get on well with other dogs, but find cats fascinating and fun to chase. I don't understand why they don't like me!

I am physically better now! I have been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated to make me feel the best I can.

I get nervous on my own and feel abandoned, so a new home with a doggy friend would be awesome for when the humans are away from home. If they like to snuggle, I would love to snuggle with them too. Humans who are around a lot would make me feel so much happier. Despite being really, really scared of so many things I have never bitten, I just scream when something scares me. If children are quiet and gentle with me and don't try to pick me up in weird ways I kind of like the "wee humans". My foster mom has introduced me to a dog trainer while I wait for my new home....I wonder what I can teach her???????

Adoption fee $100
Tucker, Terrier Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.

About Wee Companions

About Our Rescue Group...

Our mission is to rescue guinea pigs, rats, hamsters, and other small exotic mammals from shelters, places of abandonment, and from persons relinquishing their pets. Whenever possible, we offer a safe house to these animals, irrespective of age, temperament, or health status. These animals will receive veterinary care and socialization in the hopes that they will be placed in a "forever" home. Animals given Sanctuary Status will be placed in our Foster Care Network to live out their lives in comfort and with love. We are also focused on educating foster parents, school children and others on the care, feeding and prevention of unwanted litters of these animals.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Please use the URL below to make donations to Wee Companions. Thank You

Come Meet Our Pets...

On Saturdays only, from 11am -4pm we have adoptions & supply sales at 3368 Governor Dr., Suite F, San Diego, CA 92122. Please contact us several days prior to the event if you are interested in adopting, so we can bring appropriate animals. We are only able to bring a limited number of animals with us.
Please bring an appropriate animal carrier to the event if you are planning to adopt.

We also do adoptions by appointment only, if Saturdays are not convenient. Please contact us for more information.

Our Adoption Process...

1. Preview an available pet on our Available Animals page, at an adoption event or make arrangements to visit the main foster location to meet our available animals. Email Fenella, with any questions, to talk about the specifics of any animal or to ask for certain animals to be brought to an event.

2. Meet with an adoption volunteer who is trained to help make the best pet match for you and the pet. Each pet up for adoption has received behavioral and health assessments in order to help determine the best home for that pet. Volunteers will help you decide if the animal you are interested in is a good match for your lifestyle and will direct you to any pets that may be appropriate. If you are looking for a companion for an animal that you already have at home, please let us know and bring the animal with you so that we can check them over and begin introductions to make sure we find the best match for your situation.

3. Complete the adoption once you and our adoption volunteers agree that you've found a great match. We prefer that all members of the household (including other pets that will be interacting with the new animal) are present during the adoption process to ensure that the chosen pet is compatible with everyone. If they are unavailable, a "hold" may be placed on the pet for a short period in order for any family or other pets to come in and meet with us and the pet.

4. At the time of adoption, you will be asked to sign a contract stipulating:

1. You will not breed the animal.
2. The animal will receive veterinary care
3. The animal will be treated humanely
4. If you are unable to care for the animal for any reason, it is to be returned to Wee Companions.
The Adoption Contract is a binding legal document, you must be 18 years or older to sign.
Bring a carrier with you to safely transport your new family member home.

Single Rabbit - $50.00
Bonded Pair of Rabbits - $75.00

We reserve the right to deny adoption to anyone.