Timon is a sweet boy that wants all of your attention. He will be 4 years old in November. He is neutered and appears to house trained if let out enough and you go with him. Not sure how he is on a leash. He was surrendered because he was not good with the toddler in the house. I am sure he just did not want to share the attention. He wants to be where you are, sit on your lap and just be with you. He is about 6lbs. He will play with other dogs his size and lived with big dogs too. He is a neat tiny dog if you have time for him. He will cry when you leave for awhile so if you live in an apartment please be aware of that.
To help pay for vet bills and care (transportation, food, toys, etc..) a $150 donation is requested at the time of adoption. All of our adoptions are contingent upon an approved application, home visit, reference check, obedience training agreement, and signing of adoption contract. All our dogs are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped before adoption. Our dogs are companion animals that live indoors as part of your family. Please do not apply if your plan is to have them as outside dogs, garage dogs, porch dogs or outside kennel dogs.
All of our dogs are in private foster homes. We are not a shelter with hours. A visit can be arranaged after an adoption questionnaire has been filled out and sent in. Please try email first. We are all volunteers that work so we can not easily take or make phone calls.
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