I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
ADOPTION FEE: $325
Fostered in North Carolina
Age: 6 years
Weight: 9 lbs.
ADOPTION APPLICATION REQUIRED.
2/9/11 – Spencer is doing great!!! His eye that was removed is all healed up and doing great. His other eye is even showing a tiny improvement, which is fantastic! He is still the best little boy and has not messed in the house at all. He doesn’t like to snuggle, but loves to be able to lie on the couch or on an ottoman at your feet.
12/28/10 - Spencer is healing very well since having this eye removed. It hasn't affected him at all. We call Spencer our little Teddy Bear because he just reminds you of one. He is a very loving and happy little boy and is still doing excellent with his house training. No accidents! We cannot understand how such a well behaved and loving little man could have ended up on the streets twice. Luckily for him, from here on out his street wandering days are over!
11/30/10 - Please say hello to Spencer! He is very happy little man full of spunk! He is NUTS over toys. He simply cannot get enough of them and can get possessive over them at times. He gets along with other pups, but does not like cats at all. He unfortunately has some health issues that need to be addressed before he will be ready for his new home. Spencer has problems with both of his eyes. The dogtor thinks his one eye may have sunk in due to lack of care of chronic eye problems and does bother him, so he will be having the one eye removed. His other eye has dry eye really bad and hasn't been taken care of, so he has lost some vision and there is some scarring on the eye. It is currently being managed through daily eye drops and we are hoping this will help avoid further damage to it. Although he doesn't have a ton of vision in the one eye he can use, he gets around great and is such a happy boy. He also has issues with his back knees, as do most yorkies. He is a little over weight, so when he loses weight we will re-evaluate his knee problems. He isn't a snuggly little guy and doesn't want to lay in your lap, but he will lay on the couch next to you. He is also completely housetrained and at night will pick the bed he wants to sleep in, whether that is in the bedroom or family room, and stays there all night long. He is a very happy and loving little guy.