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My name is Dozer!
I'm being cared for by
Tysor Veterinary Clinic

Facts about me

Breed
Chihuahua
Color
Black
Age
8 years 10 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My story

Dozer is predominantly a chihuahua who was born on 8/30/13 and weighs 14 pounds. He came into our program with an injured eye that had to be removed. He is a sweet boy but also extremely protective of his "backyard". We would not recommend Dozer for a family with very young children or with very elderly adults. He will require an experienced dog owner. He is neutered, current on vaccines, negative for heartworms, and microchipped. If you are interested in Dozer please visit our website at www.tysorvet.net and click on the adoption tab. There you will find a link to our adoption application.

Rescue

Tysor Veterinary Clinic

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Siler City, NC 27344
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The adoption fee for most dogs is $150 and the adoption fee for most cats is $100. However, we sometimes have higher fees if we have information that a dog or cat is purebred. While we are happy to have you come and visit our adoptable animals at any time we would encourage you to fill our an application before you make the trip and to also check us about the best time to come to our facility. You can access our adoption application at our website, www.tysorvet.net. Go to the adoption tab and you will see the adoption application. We will check your previous and/or current vet reference as well as a personal reference. If you are approved and adopt an animal from us you will be asked to sign an adoption contract. If you adopt out an animal that is too young to be spayed/neutered we may require that you pay a deposit that will be refunded at the time of surgery.

Go meet their pets

Our adoptable animals are located at our clinic and our adoption building next door to our clinic. We are usually very busy in both buildings first thing in the morning and late in the afternoon with feeding, walking, and generally taking care of our adoptable animals. While you can come any time to visit the quietest time of the day is usually from around noon to 3:30pm.

More about this rescue

We are a small veterinary practice located in a small town in a rural county in North Carolina. We have animals that are brought in as strays, owner surrendered, and brought to us by animal control when they have been picked up and are injured. We feel that every animals' life is worth saving and to the extent that we have room we accept these animals into our adoption program. Our staff work as a team and we are like family. We all work together to provide the best care for each animal and to treat each pet as if it were our own.