Meet Magoo. Just about the cutest puppy ever! He and his 2 other siblings were dropped off in a box at one of our Vets offices. It took us a few days to figure out that they are completely blind. Magoo is healthy, his eyes have developed normally, he just cant see out of them. Our Vet thinks either the mom dog was vaccinated early on in her pregnancy, which is a no no, or that she had a virus that effected the sight of the puppies. They are amazing little puppies. As long as they go with another dog they will do great. They are currently in foster care with other dogs and doing wonderful. The other dog in the home will be Magoo's eyes and Magoo's ears will lead his way. Its amazing to watch. The puppies pick up on things so quickly and will be very easy to train. They hear you walk and just follow you. Or, they will hear you in the other room and make their way to you. They already have their foster home memorized and know the daily routine. Magoo is a very happy, healthy little guy, full of love, tail wags and kisses. We ask that you have another dog in the home young enough and playful enough for Magoo to bond with. They will not be able to go to a two story house, or a house with a swimming pool or pond. Children must to be over the age of 12 please. No out of area as they are not fixed yet. Must remain in the South Bay, Long Beach or OC Beach Cities.
Magoo is in foster care and can be seen at our Saturday adoption event from 11am - 3pm at Creative Pet Supply -305 North Harbor Blvd. San Pedro, CA 90731. Please submit an application of interest first and read our adoption process link.Please, do not call the Pet Supply Store. For a rapid response please contact us via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Magoo - Male, Shih Tzu - Poodle mix, DOB 4/24/16, will be neutered when of age, current on all vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, must go with another dog he can bond with, kids over 12, no swimming pools, no two story houses, cat safe
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