Tucker is a middle-aged Lhasa mix gentleman who finds himself in need of a new family because his human mom passed away a few weeks ago.
He lived with two large adult dogs, one male and one female. He is friendly and neutral with our pack of dogs who range from 10 to 100 pounds. He is an easy dog- housetrained, and over all that pesky puppy stuff. He is a very calm dog.
Really can't reinforce the 'easy' enough. He's a very turn-key dog. He gets along very well with all of our dogs (even the obnoxious ones), listens when he's told to do something. Great on a leash and you can take him anywhere. He loves children, good with people and dogs that he meets. Very cuddly and affectionate, too, but doesn't mind when you want to be left alone- he will just go chill out on a dog bed. He doesn't really have any bad habits.
His former mom did all of the hard work. If you are looking for a near-perfect smallish dog to adopt, Tucker is your guy.
This cute little guy is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, potty trained, and ready to adopt.
If you would like to meet Tucker, please complete our online adoption application: http://www.deafdogrescueofamerica.org/adoption-application.html
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