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Charlie Joy   

In shelter Dog

Weston, Broward County, Florida, Unit...
Pet name:
Charlie Joy
Shih Tzu
  Charlie Joy is everything you could ask for from an adorable, 14 month old, 10 pound, Shih Tzu girl. She has an amazing personality that draws you right to her the moment you meet. She is energetic as expected, but can be calm when sitting in a lap or going for a leash walk. She plays nicely with toys and gets along well with other dogs. This little beauty is incredibly sweet, friendly, and her cuteness is off the charts.
          You might wonder why anyone would give up Charlie Joy. Her owner used her to breed once, for profit, and then was told she had heart murmur. That is likely why she was surrendered. But we have very good news. Charlie Joy was seen by our cardiologist. The murmur is caused by a very small opening between the left and right side of her heart. It is not causing any problems with blood flow and he does not expect it to get any worse. She has no restrictions, and does not need any medication. She should have annual checkups with a cardiologist. Charlie Joy has no symptoms and behaves as a normal, young, happy girl.
          If you believe you are a great match for Charlie Joy, please put in an application today. Please watch the video at the end of the photos to see our star lighting up the camera. Every second with her makes you smile!


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