THANK YOU FOR ADOPTING AND NOT SHOPPING!
***ADORABLE PUPPY ALERT***
ALWAYS check our WEBSITE DIRECTLY to see if this dog or puppy is still available: http://www.tinylovingcanines.org
Three gorgeous female Yorkie Terrier mixes were turned over to the shelter at approximately 3 months of age and TLC was asked to take them in. We are assuming it was an accidental litter as the family kept the mother dog and will hopefully now get her spayed. In any case, we believe there is Yorkie in their genes as they closely resemble Yorkies in coloring and size, but we have no proof and can not guarantee their breed. A DNA test can be done by their new families, if desired! Whatever they are mixed with, they are GORGEOUS!
Meet the puppies:
The puppies are young, energetic and sweet. They are basically blank slates ready to be molded and shaped into lovely dogs. We think there will be a demand for this litter, so if you would like to adopt one (or more), please fill out an online application as your first step or meet them at an adoption event. They will be able to go home as soon as they are spayed!
TLC is a small dog breed rescue. All of our dogs are currently in foster care, but are looking for loving, furever homes. Current, up-to-date information can also be found on the TLC Facebook page HERE: http://www.facebook.com/TLCanines
Interested in adopting? Fill out the adoption application ahead of time ONLINE to expedite the process: https://tinylovingcanines.wufoo.com/forms/z7x3k7/
All TLC dogs and puppies will be microchipped. All TLC dogs and puppies will be spayed or neutered before adopted, up to date on their shots and if over 4 months, will have their rabies vaccine.
All dogs currently in foster care. Please call for an appointment or fill out an online application.
Phone: (805) 527-SAVE (7283)
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