Monkey was found as a stray in a Texas shelter. A few days later, Charlie was surrendered by his owner to the same shelter. Their last names soon became Small Paws.
There were taken to the same vet and became acquainted with each other when they were kenneled across from each other. The magic began when they were transferred to a foster home. They quickly became best friends. They wrestle, play tug-a-war, and sleep together. Even though they came from different backgrounds, it was clear they should stay together. You wouldn’t want to be separated from your best friend, would you?
Monkey is a 2 yr old, 12 lb female. She was found as a stray covered in grease. Hence the name Monkey (for grease monkey). When she isn’t playing with Charlie, she loves laying in your lap or next to you. She is a very sweet loving girl. She will greet you doing the Bichon wave. X-rays showed that she had been hit by a car a few months ago and had a fractured right hip. She is healing great and in a few weeks, will be good as new. She is house trained.
Charlie is a 3 yr old, 13 lb male bichie/poo mix. He wakes up full of vim and vigor and ready to play. He is one happy boy with a tail that never stops wagging. He is house trained when taken out on a regular schedule.
Children in the home should be 10 or older. They are located in TX
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