Waylon is very skittish, except for when he’s in the company of his pack. He takes a bit to warm up to new people, but once he does: Watch out, this guy is a thief of hearts! Waylon is blind on one eye, which the vets believe is a birth defect. At some point he may need surgery should he encounter an infection. Safe Paws was willing to have surgery performed, but were told by two vets that it’s not necessary at this time. If at a future date surgery is required, an adopter can work with Safe Paws to help raise funds. Waylon is the most cuddly of the three. He craves affection and play time with humans and his pack. He is a nibbler, ear lobes are his favorite snack. He’s also a big make-out artist.
Hank (4 years) is believed to be one of Audrey's sons, they share similar markings.
Hank is hilarious. He’s super affectionate and does NOT like to be separated from Audrey and Waylon. He’s always on someone’s heels. He and Waylon can keep themselves busy for hours. Hank loves to explore. He’s the first dog in the fresh water creek on his daily strolls around his foster home. He finds all the highest spots on the property and checks for the most trouble he can find and darts in that direction. Determined to stir it up. A complete ham.
All 3 dogs are extremely bonded and they are. the happiest little pack imaginable. They sleep together, play together and eat together, Breaking them up would be unimaginable. We are looking for as forever home for the Three Amigos where they will be showered with love and kept together.
For small dogs, they’re not at all yappy. Crate trained. House-broken. Vaccinated.
Spayed & Neutered. For more information please email: email@example.com or call (323) 580-1177
They have their own Facebook page: www. Facebook.com/ThreeAmigosForever
A GoFundMe page: www.gofundme.com/ThreeAmigosForever
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