Sammy & Seraphina   

In shelter Dog

Weston, Broward County, Florida, Unit...
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Sammy & Seraphina
Sammy and Seraphina are an exquisite, small, super sweet, bonded Pekingese pair. Their appearance is striking, with their long, luxurious coats. They are as beautiful in temperament as they are in looks. They are gentle, quiet, and well behaved. Sammy and Seraphina love to be held and snuggled, and will sit endlessly in a nice, cozy lap.  For such small dogs, they also have big, wonderful, silly personalities, and are actually very playful. It’s really hard not to smile when you are with them.         Sammy and Seraphina are seniors, about 11-12 years old. Underneath those thick coats, they are actually small. Sammy is a male and the larger of the two, at 11 pounds. Seraphina is a petite female at 7 pounds. They are both blind in one eye, but have some vision in the other eye. They get around just fine, and enjoy carefully exploring in the yard. They receive eye drops twice daily without difficulty.         Sammy and Seraphina are simply wonderful and a joy to be with.  If you believe you are the right person for this magnificent pair, please put in an application today. Please watch the video at the end of the photos to see more of these adorable, playful, beauties. It will surely make you smile!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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