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Lhasa Apso Norfolk Terrier

Male, Senior
Whitewater, WI
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Meet Teddy! Hello friends, my name is Teddy and I've come to you in search of my forever home. I am a senior always up for an adventure, but do not turn my nose up to a good nap! I'm only about 20 pounds. My foster parents have been working with me to learn that love and patience build trust! I do not like to be picked up, although I am working on it as I gain trust in the humans around me. But listen, I'm perfectly able to walk around and get to where I want to go on my own. I don't think I should probably live with any kiddos unless they are older and understand that I'm my own dog! Speaking of dogs... I do well with other dogs. I like to tag along on walks or run around the house with them, but at the same time, I don't care what they're doing, I am just happy living harmoniously in the same house. Cool, calm, and collected are my types of friends. I'm not really sure if I want to be friends with cats, though, as I haven't met any since I got to my foster home. I'm a super good boy, go potty outside and sleep through the night. Not a huge barker but sometimes I get excited and like to talk with friends walking down the street. You can trust me being left home alone in the house. I have free roam of the house while my foster parents are away from home, and I do a great job. Give me a chair by a window, and I am in heaven! I'll need someone who is patient with me and understands that I need a little bit of time to gain trust in you. I really connect with my foster mom the best so I think being in a home where my main caretaker is female would be ideal. It doesn’t mean I do not like males or my foster dad, I just do best with a female. I have begun showing affection by engaging on my own terms with my foster parents at my own speed, and that has been perfect for me. If I am not up for affection and you don’t read my subtle warnings, I will let you know by nipping. However, I am working on that one day at a time and have shown improvements when I get used to you. My foster parents are showing me that I can trust and love knowing no one is going to hurt me. I have gone to the groomer and vet since being with my foster family and I am a little uneasy with this process. I am not sure why I am this way, but we have found that to make me the best patient requires a chill out plan which includes medication to relax me beforehand. This helps both me and the staff trying to take care of me. With that all being said you can count on me for always making sure I see you in the window when you leave and am waiting by the door every time you return home. A good walk together with my foster family checking my wee-mail and doing zoomies in the house are activities I look forward to each day. Oh, let me tell you about car rides, I love them and watching out the car window! Most days, I enjoy spending my time taking naps or watching the world go by, looking out the window. I know basic commands, and we can bond and work on you touching me by having me "shake." I'd do best in a quiet, laid-back home with someone who has patience and invests in taking baby steps with me and work on building a bond with me. I promise it'll all be worth it! Are you looking for a cute guy like me that you can take care of while I learn you could be my new best friend? *Teddy is being fostered in the Milwaukee area. Albert's Dog Lounge is a specialty rescue focusing primarily on senior and special needs dogs. Our process includes an approved application, reference checks, a homevisit, and then a meet and greet with the dog. Adoption fee is $300, ($550 for a pair). Learn more about Albert's Dog Lounge, our mission, and adoption policies by visiting Begin your application process by copying this link into your web browser: WI Dept. Of Agriculture License Number: 474085-DS NOTE ABOUT AGING A DOG: Aging a dog, based on looking at them, is unreliable and usually inaccurate. We get to know each dog as an individual and will do our best to describe each of our dogs based on personality and their needs. Puppy - Under 6 months Young Adult - 6 months to 2 years Adult - 2 years to 8 years Senior - 8 years to 12 years Golden Oldie - 12+ years

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Albert's Dog Lounge

Whitewater, WI 53190

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