Day after day night after night Tiny waited for his people to return. Amazing loyalty for one so young - barely a year old. Hunger turned to starvation, thirst to dehydration. He did not leave to go find food, water, warmth, shelter, people. He stayed on his front porch. Waiting for his family to return. Faithfully protecting his home as he was expected to by his people. Who had abandoned him and left him behind in their foreclosed home, still littered with the toys of their small children. A real estate agent had been assigned to clean up the home. The agent called the pound; they would not come catch Tiny. The agent called a rescue, who called another rescue, who came for Tiny. Once Tiny discovered the rescuer was a friend, he relaxed into his true self. Gentle, playful, eager to please and obey, adorable, loving, very intelligent, puppy in nature, gives very gentle kisses, good manners, sits and waits when asked, comes when called, holds very still for kisses, fully house trained, great with kids, is in love with the refrigerator, An amazing soul and wonderful dog! Now Tiny is calling for people who are as loving and faithful and smart as he is.
Interested adopters please contact Diane at 626-221-5917 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
These dogs are looking for homes through private parties in the Los Angeles CA area. This page is a service to help individuals in the L.A. area trying to place dogs into loving homes. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Karma Rescue. We have not evaluated the dogs and they are not under our care. We are not responsible for any adoptions through private parties. To obtain more information about any of these pets, please use the contact information given with each pet's description. All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.
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