Shih Tzu

Successful Shih Tzu Adoptions
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(Adopted March 15/14)
Beppo and Chia
Shih Tzu mixes
Male & Female both altered/shots current
14 months old
13 and 12 lbs

Hi Everyone!  We are Chia (blonde) and Beppo (black with tan eyebrows) and we are a little love-bug duo!  We are brother
 and sister, we are very bonded best friends and we are looking for our forever home!  Can we be yours for Valentine’s Day?  That is one thing that we are looking for…love…love for the rest of our lives together!

Notes from our foster Mom:  Chia is a darling little girl…she is a teeny bit more confident and outgoing than Beppo.  Beppo typically goes wherever Chia does—he sure does love his sissy!   Chia and Beppo are sweet little babies…they are wonderful companions and they are just as friendly as can be!  They are wonderful houseguests in my home, which is chock full of medium and small sized dogs.  They are smart and love to go on long walks--on their leashes, to keep them safe, of course!   Both dogs would greatly benefit from a home that is structured…perhaps walks every few hours so that they can perfect their house training skills!  Beyond that, lots of toys, playtime and love is all that is needed!

Chia and Beppo are youngsters, so they need plenty of opportunities for learning new things!  Puppy classes would be an awful lot of fun for them (and you)!  Because of their ages, their new guardians will need to have lots of time to work with them—after all, puppy training is a rather important aspect of puppy guardianship!  Chia and Beppo have lots of energy and love to wrestle and play with each other.  They love to snuggle up close to one another and sleep on the pillows on my bed.  These two are love-bugs extraordinaire, so be prepared for your heart to expand 10 fold upon meeting them!

These two puppies are too adorable for words and they can’t wait to meet you!

This dynamic duo are residing with two amazing ladies, and in memory of  Della  living on Vashon Island, WA



(Adopted March 21/14)
Daisy
Female/spayed/shots current
App. 4 years old
14 lbs

Just in time for spring, you can have a fresh new daisy, that’s ME!   I was originally found in parking lot, lost and forgotten.  But spring has sprung and I was rescued by the animal shelter and got some well needed health care.  Its rough to be all out on your own, therefore I need a really special home.  I am in great shape now.  I am all up to date on my shots, have been spayed, and have a clean bill of health.  I am starting to look better, as they had to cut a lot of my hair off due to mats and infections and my hair is growing in nicely.  My foster mom says I am a real sweetheart.  I love to be brushed.  I was scared at first by the groomers, but now they are ok.  Her house is just a little too busy for me with all her dogs, so I really  need to be just that one special little dog.  I like to roam and check out all of the house, meaning I don’t really like being penned up, except I do like to try and rush out the front door, which is a no-no.  Thank goodness, my foster mom has a gate to keep me in.  I do love venturing out in the fenced back yard and when we have sunshine I just love to bask in the warmth.  I am really good at going outside to go potty, I love to go for walks, I also love meeting people, but sometimes I get really jealous with other dogs around.   I don’t bark much at all either.  I will either sleep in my crate at night or if you want I probably will sleep in a comfy bed or maybe even with you.  I would love to have someone that I am the only pet they spoil and give attention to.  If that sounds like you, maybe we can meet and then you can be driving Miss Daisy to her forever home. 

Residing happily in Kirkland, WA

 


(Adopted March 31/14)
Annie
Female/spayed/shots current
18 months old
13 lbs

Hi Everyone!

 

I am a delightful little girl who escaped a puppy mill type environment. I am beyond grateful I'm out because I have discovered TOYS!!!!! AWESOME TOYS and my foster home is full of them. In fact, I begged my foster mom to change my name to Toy Babe but she just gave me "that look" and said "Annie, you are so much more deserving than that name." Oh well………….as long as there are toys a plenty, who cares about my name? In fact, the first wish I'll grant to my new owner is you may change my name to anything you wish. I'm young and can adjust well.

On the serious side, you'll need to give me about 3 days to check out my new home I am very very shy, and then I'll be stuck to you like Super Glue. I can amuse myself or I can snuggle in your lap. I must be able to sleep with you though. Foster mom figured that out but I don't take up much room and think how well I can keep you warm next winter. (Truth is, you could keep me warm). If you're watching TV, or reading, I want to be very close to you and perhaps even some lap time would be good. I'll probably follow you everywhere. In fact, while I'm dictating this to foster mom, I'm lying on the floor right by her feet as she types. I walk like a champ on a leash and it's such a good bonding time. Foster mom was so surprised at how good I was on walks.

As far as the housebreaking situation, you've probably read on this website many times that you must show a new dog what is expected of them as far as letting you know when they need out. I had one accident in foster mom's house when I first arrived. She very kindly reminded me that there was a doggy door and I'm proud to say that I've used it ever since and there's a whole batch of gold stars on my chart for doing everything outdoors. Sure wish I could trade those gold stars in for more toys.

If you have another dog in the home, I can live in complete harmony with them. I think that after awhile we dogs could be best friends but I really prefer my human as my best friend. There's a cat in my foster home but I leave that cat alone. I really could care less about cats.

So back to the toys. If you happen to own a pet store with dog toys, you're a prime candidate to adopt me. If you're within walking distance of a pet store with dog toys, you're a prime candidate to adopt me. If you're within driving distance of that same store, I'd go home with you. If you aren't that close to a pet store with toys but you know how to order on the internet, you're a candidate to adopt me. Get the picture? I'm a toy-aholic!!! The squeakier the better and foster mom commented how I don't go in for destroying them either. I just want a nice collection and few that you could use to play with me. Hey, maybe we could learn to play fetch.

For my health history, which is good, good, good, and my food recommendations from an experienced dog rescue lady of 17 years, just click on the link and ask your questions and fill out an application. HINT:  When we meet, you just might want to bring a T-O-Y with you!!!

Annie got a truly amazing home, now residing in Surrey, B.C. Canada


(Adopted April 18/14)
Pixie (nka Zoe)
Shih Tzu/Yorkie?
Female/spayed/shots current
8-9 years old
11 lbs

*POOF* !!!! Did you see how I just magically appeared in your life? That’s why I’m named Pixie. I’m a dream, magical, mystical, as perfect as it gets when it comes to little dogs. I also have exquisite hearing and I just heard my foster mom tell my interviewer (the person who I’m dictating this to) that I am absolutely adored by foster mom. *pixie grin* 

I bet you’d like to know why I’m adored. Well, here’s my report from foster mom. I get along with any dog. I do not react to any cats. If a cat approaches I even back away and respect the cat’s rights. I’ve been outdoors here with other dogs and the cat is right in the midst of us. Believe me that’s a relief for me, too, because a cat could just gobble up a pixie.  I am totally house trained. I had to bark for one person to let me out during my transition to this fabulous rescue home. They were really impressed that I could alert them to my needs. I play with toys occasionally and with the other dogs here. I adore women and men alike and will follow you anywhere. If you sit, I will want to be on your lap but I’m not that heavy, a mere 11 pounds. The vet thinks I’m a Shih Tzu mixed with Yorkie which accounts for my petiteness. Well, that and pixies are small and light. I will want to sleep with you but I promise, I’ll just curl up and not make one single peep all night long. 

Oh, foster mom just chimed in and reminded me to tell you that I adore going for walks and I’m quick like a bunny on walks so my new owner must be someone willing to go for regular daily walks. 

I’ve been a little concerned about my age keeping someone from wanting me but my interviewer said she has a Shih Tzu who turns 8 years old this month and this stage has been the best ever. We’re settled down and so ready to be totally devoted around 7 years and up. Foster mom just chimed in again. Goodness, maybe she needs to make a list of all my great qualities so she doesn’t forget to mention something important. She wants you to know that I am absolutely sweet, endearing, and my mannerisms are adorable. She tactfully pointed out that I may not be as flashy in appearance as some dogs but I think with some nice groomings and with your love, my sweet inner spirit is going to absolutely outshine anything else. You’ll be so proud to call me your dog and I know I’ll be proud to call you my humans. 


*POOF*  Did  you see that pixie dust just land on your head and shoulders? Has your wish just come true? I’ve done my magic by explaining what I’m like. I’m praying pixie prayers that you contact my foster mom and get the rest of my history and then take me home. I’ll help remove the pixie dust before we enter your home. 

Great home for an amazing sweetheart, now residing in Portland, Oregon

 





(Adopted April 24/14)
Charlie
Male/neutered/shots current
16 lbs
7 years old

Watch his video

LOOKING FOR A GOOD WOMAN

Charlie is an adorable little fellow who loves his foster mom Sybille.  He would like to live with her forever.  She works from home, she is physically active and takes him kayaking, running, hiking, and for long walks.  He gets to go on many fun field trips and is really enjoying life.  

He adjusts his energy level to what's appropriate at the time. You want to play or go for a walk, Charlie is game any time. You need to work, Charlie is happy to nap at your feet or look out the window. Need some cuddle time? Charlie is happy to sit on your lap or have his belly rubbed while laying in your arm like a baby. You just have to smile when he looks at you from under his bushy eyebrows with his little snaggletooth sticking out. Need to run some errands? Charlie is happy to go out and meet new people, or nap in the car if he is not allowed in. Charlie is overjoyed to meet any girl and his whole wiggly body begs "pet me, pet me". Men, are a different story.  We believe that Charlie was abused at some point in his past by a male figure.  As a result he is initially suspicious of any men approaching him. He enjoys playing with them, but is just a little more careful in the getting to know phase. In his foster home he seems to feel secure and therefore is open to meet men on his own terms and get to know them and adopt them in his circle of play friends.

Charlie was temporarily in another foster situation when he first came into rescue and after barking at the man in the house for four hours nearly nonstop…..and being completely ignored…he stopped.  He got along very well with everyone in the household; teen agers, adults, many dogs, and cats.  

Charlie was adopted into a wonderful and caring home but he went after the man and after a bit started going after the resident senior dog.  We don’t understand why he reacted this way, but maybe he was scared by the change and still adjusting.

Unfortunately, we just don’t know which men will trigger his past trauma.  We also can’t predict which dogs he may not like. His foster mom has successfully used a dog gate to allow Charlie and any visiting dogs to sniff each other before the gate is removed. This introduction has worked well so far.

Charlie is going to be successful in a home where he gets to take his time in settling in and getting to know everybody.  He is attending training classes so he and we can learn the best way for him to greet men and dogs that he is suspicious off. He has learned to walk nicely on the leash. Off leash he stays close and doesn't run off, but we are still working on coming reliably and without pee stops when called. 

   Through  the Friends for Life Scholarship, Charlie will be eligible for  training monies.  

However, for the time being, he is looking for one really terrific woman who will be the center of his life.  We are sure hoping someone is out there looking for a companion like Charlie.  He is a terrific little dog and a delight to be with

Happily residing in Seattle, with a very special Mom


(Adopted May 10/14)
Mia
Female/spayed/shots current
5 years old
10 lbs

Mia went onto her forever home quickly, as I knew where she belonged, this funny, quirky little diva.

Mia got a special home, she will RV, travel, explore and have a full and fun life...

 
(Adopted May 11/14)
LuLu
Female/spayed/shots current
9 years old?
8 lbs
*sweet Lulu crossed the bridge March 18/16*

My name is LuLu…LuuuuLuuuu…and I love everything!  I love people, I love dogs, I love cats, I love food, I love sleeping in my dog bed, I love sleeping in someone else’s dog bed, I love small treats  and I love everything!  My old life wasn’t so super so I seize the day – every day!  I lived in a stinky crate and I was forced to make babies for my whole entire life.  As you can see, I am rather small, so my Shih Tzu babies were highly desirable.  My owners made a lot of money off of my precious, teeny tiny puppies and, oh, do I miss them so.  I sure do hope that they made it into happy, loving homes!  Now, it’s my turn to find my happy, loving forever home!  I’m a wee little thing…only about 8 lbs…so, I won’t take up a lot of space!  I was recently spayed and had a lot of dental work done.  Many of my teefies were pulled out, so that is why my tongue hangs out to the side.  I’m OK about that too because I feel so much better now that my mouth isn’t infected anymore.  My foster Mom said that I can win any beauty contest that I want to because you have to be beautiful on the inside first and foremost!  She says that I am beautiful, on the inside AND on the outside!  I am looking for a very special new family…a family who can appreciate me for exactly who I am!  This family will have to promise to love me forever and ever and they must give me hugs and kisses every day!  I would love that!

Most sincerely,

LuLu

Residing with her new Mom and Dad, in Lakewood, WA


(Adopted May 16/14)
Buttons
Shih Tzu/Yorkshire Terrier
Female/spayed/shots current
6 years old
10 lbs

Have you ever watched the movie, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, the story of the man who starts aging backwards? Aside from the fact that I’m a female, I feel like my life is parallel to Benjamin Button and my name is just coincidence. I was in a horrid puppy mill and was forced to breed and have many litters of puppies. That made me feel like an old lady just like Mr. Button felt and looked old. But now I’ve been rescued by these wonderful people at Furbaby Rescue and I feel like I’m aging backwards so I have a chance to enjoy the younger years I was cheated out of. I look younger since I was groomed. I feel younger since the vet gave me all the care I needed after so much neglect. 

I’m a bit shy to begin with because of my first years in life but honestly, it’s so great here that I decided to quit wasting time on not warming up and get acquainted. It’s been great. I love, love, love my foster Daddy so I’ll be OK with a mom or a dad or both. Foster mom has been watching me and shared that I’d do best in a home with another small dog and/or with someone who is home a lot. I have to agree with her. I just don’t want to be home alone a lot. 

I do have to learn potty training because I never had a chance to learn that real well being kept in a crate for so long but foster mom said I’m doing pretty good considering I had no clue at first, I already have found the dog door, and even starting to take myself out and do my business. Please realize I’ll do my very best but I’ll need your help and patience while I perfect that training. Here again, another little doggy who knows where the door is and how to do that stuff, would be a real asset to me. 

Want some good news?  I’ve been ignoring the resident cat! I’m a good eater but a little on the thin side. Puppy mills aren’t known for healthy or abundant meals so you could spoil me a bit until I reach my ideal weight. I LOVE to put my paws up on you and crawl deep into your arms. I only hope I can crawl into your heart now. 

Want to know more about me?   

Buttons will be adored and spoiled along with her new brother in Puyallup, WA


(Adopted May 17/14)
Nikita (nka Sammy)
Female/spayed/shots current
18 months old
8 lbs

The best things come in small packages, or so they say, and I guarantee you I am proof of that. Even at my petite 8 pounds, I pack a truckload of love and charm. Read on, please. 

At 18 months old, or thereabouts, I have already experienced the not-so-happy part of life. Am I ever glad to be done with that and my nature is a forgiving one so I’m prepared to go on with life and just be a normal, spoiled dog. I heard foster mom tell someone that I am spirited energetic, curious, happy, playful, great with other dogs and just a lovable cuddle bug. Yup, I am all of those things. I addition, I love people especially when they hold me and let me cuddle with them. I’m told I don’t have a mean bone in my body. I checked my body out. Yes, they’re right. I have bones but not a single mean one. I travel great in a crate while in the car. 

I’ve been told I do need to learn a few manners like when it’s my turn for a treat. I guess that comes under the category of being a puppy and in a not so special situation up until now. I’m not real good on a leash yet but I can learn. I’d even take you to a puppy obedience class if you’re interested. Hint, hint, hint! I’ve almost perfected the house training bit but remember I didn’t get started as a puppy AND even if I had been given that training from my first days, puppies still have accidents until about 2-3 years old plus learning a new house and your way of doing things. Patience is a virtue and if you can do that with me and the house training, I can guarantee you it will pay off with years of fun, love and enjoyment ahead of us. 

Hey, foster mom!!! I heard that!!! You just said the people who adopt me will be super lucky to have me. She should know because she’s been fostering for about 17 years and hundreds of dogs. If you have any questions at all, just ask her but the most important question will be “Would you allow us to adopt Nikita?” 

Niki is a lucky lil girl with fantastic parents, residing in Portland, Oregon


(Adopted May 28/14)
Gabby
Female/spayed/shots current
9-11 years old
10 lbs

I know you’ve probably read this a hundred times on this website but let me say it in a different way. I’m looking for a very special loving home. Huh? What do you mean you’ve read that a hundred times before? OK - so this is 101 times. Let’s face it, every doggy that comes through this rescue is looking for their very special home or they wouldn’t be here. Thankfully I was rescued from a shelter so I get to make the same plea for a new forever home. 

When I was dumped in the shelter I wasn’t able to take anything with me so I don’t have my list of my good traits. Thankfully foster mom started making a list. Here goes: I love attention and snuggling. I like to play with the other dogs but if they think I’m boring or want to play a different game, I’m quite good at entertaining myself. I know how to play chase. I throw the toy and you chase it…..uhhhh…..I think that’s backwards. Yeah, right - you throw it and I’ll chase it. If you don’t want me on your furniture, no problem. I can sleep in a doggy bed. At night I’d love to have permission to sleep at the foot of your bed though. It’s a little warmer and snuggly there next to a human. 

I love going for car rides. I had no idea so many things could go flying by so quickly outside that car window. Whew!! Oh, that reminds me. I love to go for walks, too, but please, always, always, always be sure I have a halter and leash on before we go out that door because I just like to go and run and I might forget how to get home. I don’t want to be in a shelter ever again so please don’t let me get lost. 

Because of this great rescue, I had a lot of vet treatment to make me healthy again. Unfortunately, I lost of lot of teeth. Oh well…….I can still eat kibble and that will help prevent further tooth loss. I do tend to have itchy skin so weekly bathing will be needed AND as you’ve read many times buying me the right food will help the itchiness. Talk to my foster mom about which food and know that food is less expensive than the resulting vet bills from cheap food or human food. 

Let’s see - besides raving about how sweet and loving I am, I guess I’m out of things to say. With a name like Gabby, you’d think I could talk forever right? Wrong!!! Now you’ll need to contact my foster mom for more information.

Gabby is happily residing in Olympia, WA


(Adopted July 21/2014)

Gizmo
Female/spayed/shots current
8 years old
11 lbs

Yes…it is true.  We have taken in yet another Shih Tzu named “Gizmo”.  Sometimes we try to change the name a bit but this Gizmo has been through so much that we can’t bear to take away her identity.

Secondly, let us say that she is SO sweet.  So her name “could” be “Sweet Gizmo” and in time perhaps a cute nickname could come from that.

Thirdly, we must tell you that this dog lost her owner, fell into horrific neglect, and with the exception of her teeth, had infection all through her body.  Long straggly hair camouflaged this adorable little face with the cutest little “Moosh”.  Long curled under toe nails limited her ability to walk.  The matts in between her toes and pads did not help, either.

Sweet Gizzie (see….already a nickname is forming) came to us with all of the symptoms of food allergies and flea allergies.  Since her blood work actually looked pretty good, we ran a full thyroid panel just to make sure a little dose of Thyroid meds might not help, too.  She was right on the low end of normal so have started her on meds, which should help with her skin.

Her skin is clearing up, ears are clearing up, she’s itching less and less, and she is so happy.  She had to wait a long while for her groom since our groomer has been booked up weeks in advance, but after she got all of that hair out of her eyes, off of her body and feet, she was like a different dog.

First of all, we did not even recognize her.  We really did wonder if there WAS an actual face under the mess.  Look at that face, it’s adorable!  She is full of energy now and feels really spiffy and she KNOWS she’s as cute as a bug.

Gizmo is housebroken and her foster mom says she is “bomb proof” in that department.  On the day of the groom she held in her urine for many hours, which is how she has been in the house.

We love this little girl so very much.  Even before we knew she was physically cute she had already stolen our hearts.

She sleeps in a crate at night, she is silent all night long, she is an easy dog to travel in the car with, and she loves to go on walks.  She eats what is put in front of her, she lets you bathe and mess with her ears.  She has never shown any sign that she would react to anything done to her out of medical need or safety.  She gets along with the other dogs just fine.  Thus far, she has been easy going, and neutral in her position in the pack.

We would prefer to adopt Gizmo out to someone with allergy experience OR willing to learn.  There is not that much to it really.  At this point we cannot know if once she is healthy,  put on routine flea meds and kept on a high quality diet  - she will have any issues or not.  It would be devastating for her to be returned because her new owner just didn’t feel equipped to manage a food allergy in a dog.

We don’t say this to frighten anyone off but only to insure that Gizmo finds the right home going forward. 

She is a wonderful companion dog.  She WILL steal YOUR heart away.

Outstanding home for this sweet girl, and has a new Lhasa brother, Bubba, residing in Puyallup, WA


(Adopted Sept.6/14)
Penny
Shih Tzu/Terrier
Female/spayed/shots current
11 months old
11 lbs

Hello Furbaby Fans!  My name is Penny!

I know, I know...I don’t look very much like a Shih Tzu, but my Mommy sure is a Shih Tzu!  My foster Mom says that it doesn’t matter very much who my Daddy is, because I am a cutie-pa-too-tie no matter what! 

I am sweet, loving, pretty much house trained (with frequent potty breaks—I am a puppy after all!) and I am great with other dogs!  I am also great with kids!   

Because I am a puppy, I will benefit greatly from structure and training!  I am very treat motivated, so the training part should be quite easy for me!  Right now, I am learning how to take treats gently and slowly, instead of like Speed Racer!  I am also learning how to sit!  I like to learn new things and I think that learning is a lot of fun!!  Puppy kindergarten will be fun for me and you!

I have been passed around a lot in my 11 months and would really, really love to have a home that I can call my very own – my forever and ever home with humans to love and cherish me --  yup, that is what I am looking for!

Licks and love

Penny

Penny has an amazing family, where she will be so spoiled, residing in Bellingham, WA

 


(Adopted Oct.9/14)
Ozzie
Male/neutered/shots current
7 years old
23 lbs

Ozzie is one of those amazing dogs we occasionally get to meet in our rescue.  Usually this kind of dog is living happily with his owner and is not the kind of pet anyone would ever wish to let go.

However, due to a sad twist of fate, Ozzie had to be let go.  He was confused for a bit, wondering why he was in a different home after 7 years,  but is easy going enough to have figured out that he was beginning a new adventure.  Once he felt safe, he settled right into what he hoped was his new family.  We hate to move him again but it will be just one more time.  We know he can do it!

What’s so great about him?  He is adorable, sweet, loving, a lap dog, a friendly dog, house trained, loves to go on a walk, gets along with other dogs, and he does great at the groomer.  He has grown up with children, too.  Ozzie had a dental with some extractions, has fresh vaccinations, a recent groom, and he was micro chipped.  When you look into his eyes you can see a sweet vulnerability and also a genuine kindness. 

That all sounds like the ideal dog and you may wonder about the negative column.  Is there anything we can think of to put in that column?  Hmmmmm…well, the groomer said that when her face was near his he kept trying to kiss her.  He sleeps with his human, on the human bed, and on a proper bed pillow.  Are those good things or bad ones?  You decide.

Basically, Ozzie wants to be your best friend, be you man or woman.  He is a fantastic dog for the family looking for a pretty perfect dog.

Wonderful home for an awesome boy, residing in Lynnwood, WA

 


(Adopted Oct. 13/14)
Shelby
Female/spayed/shots current
4 years old
10 lbs

Have you ever watched a movie in which the main character was an underdog but you loved him and found yourself rooting for him to rise above his lot in life and TRIUMPH?

Well, then you might like me and my story.  I am proof that  “Rags to Riches” can really happen.

I have left my rags behind and am counting my blessings for my riches.

I am so blessed.  I thank Amy, Eleni, Kit, Joan, Marcia, Dawn, Michele, Sherry, Cheri and so many wonderful people who helped me pay my vet bill, who gave me a chance, and who cared for me.

I am a wonderful little dog.  My foster moms tell me that I am the perfect little dog in every way.  I am sweet, obedient, loyal, quiet, loving, happy, and easy going.  I am healthy and strong.

I greet every morning as if it were a beautiful shiny present to open and no matter what is inside, I am filled with delight and gratitude.

My foster moms are looking for a home for me where someone can be with me some of the day and I really would like  another nice dog around, too.  I don’t bother the cats.  So far I haven’t barked.  I don’t have any annoying habits that we know of.  I hope I don’t learn any. 

I am just waiting for my perfect forever and ever home.

May my riches include, kisses, kind words, unconditional love, a good meal, fresh water, a soft bed, someone to take me on walks (I love walks), maybe a spot on the sofa.  I hope I’m not asking for too much but I’ve already gotten used to these things and they make me so happy.

I am so rich and we can be rich together and use the rags for house cleaning chores!

Update on Shelby:

Now that Shelby has settled in some, the foster home has made some observations about her which could affect the kind of home she will do well in.

She has taken to sneaking through a fenced off area which contains an outdoor enclosure with rescue rabbits.  She takes great joy in resting her front feed on the fencing and if she could bark she would be barking like a fool at the rabbits.  If one of them moves she runs around the enclosure in circles trying to get to them OR play with them.  They are not certain.

But based on this behavior the foster family is reconsidering her eligibility with cats.

They are also considering adding a requirement that there be another friendly little dog in the household.  Even people who are home most of the time have to leave sometime and Shelby goes berserk when left alone as has been seen via a Web Cam.  When she is alone with other dogs she is fine.

Now residing in Bellevue, WA with Muttley..happy life lil one.

 

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