Looking for the love of your life? Come out to meet our fabulous rescued Shih Tzu, Lhasas, and more. Check our website: www.savethetzus.com for directions/times of our next Tzu Review/Adoption event at a local PetSmart.
My name is Sundance Kid aka Sunny. I had a really rough start in life at a puppy mill. I never knew what life as a house pet meant, but I am enjoying every minute of it. Everyday I discover new things in my new life, and I have decided I must have struck the doggy lottery. My foster family loves me and has been really patient with me. I am working really hard at this thing called potty training. I forget to tell my family I need to go potty. At the mill we just went potty in our crates, and so I am working really hard to master going potty outside. I have recently discovered that other dogs will play with me, and now I want to play all the time. My perfect family would be a patient dog savoy owner with no kids. I want to be the alpha dog in the family, but get along well with my foster brother and sister. The crate brings back bad memories of the Mill, and I bark until someone lets me out.
All DFW Tzus dogs are spayed/neutered, UTD on vaccines, heart worm tested and on heart worm preventative and microchipped. Please go to our website: www.savethetzus.com for complete instructions on our adoption process and for adoption application. Check our website for directions/times of our next Tzu Review/Adoption event at a local Petsmart. Note: The children of adopters must be age 6 or older. WE ADOPT IN THE DFW METROPLEX AREA ONLY.
PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE TO COMPLETE A VOLUNTEER/FOSTER APPLICATION OR TO MAKE A DONATION TO ASSIST WITH THE MEDICAL CARE OF OUR RESCUED DOGS. We are a 501c3. We rely on your generosity and donations in order to cover the medical costs of our many needy dogs Your donations are tax deductible!
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