Meet our scruffy & super lovable guy, Myles. Myles is a 6 lb Schnauzer/Yorkie mix (our best guess).
This adorable "little" is a spunky guy who found himself in the clinker because he followed some kids to school one day. A big scary shelter was no place for this young sweet guy who would wiggle his whole body with delight when our volunteers went to visit him.
Myles is now ready for his Forever Home! He has been fully vetted and is in a fabulous foster home, where he is being loved and cared for. Myles is quickly picking up on crate training, potty training and basic commands. He is an active guy, who would do fabulously in a home with another small dog to learn from and play with.
Myles loves to play fetch. A small ball is his favorite toy. He brings it back quickly and is ready to go again. He has also learned to play tug and chase from other dogs in his foster home.
Myles will do best in a home where someone is home more than not. He is still very much a puppy so training and activity is very important as he grows this first year.
He would do well with older children. Because he is so small, we are looking for children who are older and know how to watch out for a little guy in the home.
Myles birthday is approximately, April 27, 2016.
Please visit our website at www.takemehomepetrescue.com for more information. If you are interested in meeting one of our pets, please fill out the on-line adoption application on our website.
Puppies (under 12 months): $275
Dogs (over 12 months) $225
Large-Breed Dogs (over 75 lbs) $250
Kittens (under 12 months) $125
Cats (over 12 months) $100
Rescued Declawed Cats* $145
* TMHPR does not endorse the declawing of cats
Safe pet home visits & vet checks are required. For this reason, we only adopt locally - in the Dallas area. For more information about our rescue organization and our available pets, please visit http://www.takemehomepetrescue.com
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