Amos and his brother, Andy were found huddled together, outside a kind lady's door, in a Tomball apartment complex. This nice lady and her friends cared for the two little dogs while they looked for their owners but sadly, without any identification tags or microchips, their family could not be found. When the apartment manager told them they could no longer keep Amos and Andy, the ladies contacted Emmy's Hope Rescue.
Amos and Andy are both very sweet dogs, always wagging their tails and happy. Amos has long hair and Andy has short hair but both are black with some white on their muzzles. These little brothers are best friends and like to snuggle up and sleep together. They are friendly with people and love to climb up in your lap to be petted. They are OK with cats and like to run and play outside with other small dogs. Unfortunately, Amos and Andy both have extremely bowed back legs which make their gates awkward and clumsy. It is believed that their legs were bowed at birth.
Estimated birth date: October 2012
Approximate weight: 7 1/2 lbs.
If you would like to meet these sweet brothers, please text or call Stephanie at 281-622-6549.
*** CRITERIA for adopting from EHR*** YOU MUST:
1. Be 21 years or older.
2. Have a fenced yard.
3. Have a good vet record with current and / or past pets -
annual vaccinations, heartworm testing and use a monthly HW preventative.
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