Breeds:
Chow Chow, Dachshund
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/12/2021
Pet name:
Flip
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Flip is so adorable and affectionate that intense belly rub sessions and cuddles come with the package. His foster mom says he is an easy-going, goofy, and playful puppy who likes to wrestle with his dog siblings, gnaw on his chew toys and get petted. A lot. Flip is very creative in his sleeping positions, that is a fact. However, he is the only guy in town who masters the lizard walk like a Rockstar. He is suspected of having hydrocephalus, water in the brain, a disease that is well controlled with regular medication and a reliable caregiver. Stairs and long walks are not his cup of tea. But with a low traffic, ground-level home with access to a yard, he is the best companion you can find. Even though he is still a puppy, he already sleeps through the night! He also slumbers at his foster mom's feet while she works, plays well with his foster dog siblings and loves sniffing around the yard. Funny fact, he loves watching TV as much as he loves meeting people. Right now, he is catching up on Stranger Things with his teenage foster. He is all ears and eyes for the bad guy. She needed emotional support, and with his soft fur and calm attitude, he rocks at it. Flip was aptly named, because flips are what he does when it's dinner time. He eats like a champ. He is told he is a showoff. Flip was donated a stroller to go on longer walks with his mama, and that expanded his horizon. He is the star of the neighborhood; everybody loves him and he gets so excited when meeting new people. Come meet Flip and prepare to be charmed.

Location


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