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I am already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
After some consideration, Mickey appears to be a shih tzu dachshund mix who came from a local shelter. Mickey has a darling face with his little underbite and his feathery coat. We believe he's about 9 years old and overweight at 13 pounds. Mickey does very well with females who are gentle and let him set the pace. He was so happy when foster mom returned from an errand that he danced a jig and then stood up to give her a kiss!!! He also rolls over to have his fat tummy rubbed! (He is on diet dog food--Instinct Healthy Weight) but he would really prefer to beg for snacks from you. It does take him some time gain your trust, but he is a devoted little buddy once he bonds with you. Mickey is really afraid of men and he must live in a female only home without any men coming and going. He also is not good with kids but does okay with dogs and cats. He is also dependably house trained and will go outside or will use a puppy pad. Mickey is not a barker. Some of the criteria for Mickey's his new home include (1) women only and older teen girls, (2) preferably someone who is home at least half time although he will use a puppy pad when you are gone if it's quite a while, (3) preferably a fenced yard or willingness to walk him daily, and (4) experience with dogs who have had bad experiences in their lives. This precious boy would be so happy to have his own lady friend! Mickey is with Happy Hound Rescue. He is neutered, up to date on shots, worming, heartworm and flea/tick prevention and is microchipped. His adoption fee is $250.00
• Homeowners: House or townhome
• Status of adopter: 30+
• Previous dog owning experience: Required
• Age of children: females 14 and older
• Another dog in the home: Gets along with other dogs
• Cat(s) in the home: Safe with cats
• Fenced yard: Preferred but not required as long as adopter can take him on walks.
• Time alone on work days: Will do best with someone home part of the time. He can be home for a shorter work day as he will use puppy pads if needed.