Bella Blue & Tabitha Joy   

In shelter Dog

Weston, Broward County, Florida, Unit...
Shih Tzu, Chihuahua, Mixed
Lost or found date:
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Bella Blue & Tabitha Joy
These ShiChi baby girls are the most perfect puppies you'll ever meet. Bottle fed from two days old, they are affectionate to the core and love to cuddle. They are 12 weeks old, on solid food, and currently weigh less than 3 lbs each.   Bella Blue has the most gorgeous blue/green eyes and fawn coloring, and we can't get enough of her little white socks and white-dipped tail. She is so playful, and has the best time chasing after her best friend and sister, Tabitha Joy. She is always happy and incredibly smart. Tabitha, 2 hours younger than her sister, has a beautiful soft cream white coat with the most striking white eyelashes. Despite being the baby, she is the alpha of this pair and will let you know it, always insisting on being picked up first and following close to the feet of her foster family to let them know she'd like a snack.   We hope to keep these princesses together as it is evident they are totally bonded. From the start, they have always gravitated towards one another after their Shih Tzu mommy was not able to be with them in infancy. They are the perfect duo and true miracle pups after being hand raised from mere ounces to where they are today- happy and thriving.   If you'd like to add two amazing girls to your family, please fill out an application. Please, no children or large dogs. South Florida only.


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