Tiger is a 6 year old, 10lb brindle Brussels Griffon/Terrier mix! He is looking for a forever home in NYC.
He loves butt scratches and giving kisses! He is 100% potty trained and will let you know when he needs to do his business. He is a bit afraid of walking on a leash and prefers a harness to a collar, but the little guy is getting more and more confident every day. He can be shy around strangers and needs time to warm up, but once he does he is the cuddliest little guy! He loves kids! But sometimes snaps at some adults if they approach him too quickly
Tiger is up to date on vaccines, microchipped and neutered.
Tiger was rescued in LA as part of our Waggy West rescue mission to bring At Risk dogs, one by one to NYC for adoption! We are always looking for volunteer chaperones to bring at risk dogs like him with them on their next LA-NYC flight, we pay the dog's ticket and provide a carrier! Email email@example.com if you can help!
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Please contact us DIRECTLY using the instructions below if you are interested in fostering or adopting one of our Waggytails! Visit our website (www.waggytailrescue.org) for an adoption or foster application on the CONTACT US page. It is important to fill out an application as soon as possible for consideration, and we require a complete application for you to meet an animal. Simply attach your completed application to an email with the dog's name in the title, and send to:
PLEASE NOTE: Dogs marked "Adoption Pending" have an approved adoption application on file and are awaiting final approval. Please check back in a few days to see if they are still available!
We understand you may have questions but the fastest way to get answers is to fill out the application and the foster parent can answer any questions you may have!
Waggytail Rescue CAN NOT guarantee the final size of any of our puppies! If you are concerned about the size of your adopted dog, please consider adopting one of our adults who need you!
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