Peanut   

In shelter Dog

Oakdale, White County, Tennessee, Uni...
Breeds:
Pekingese
Colors:
Brown, Chocolate with Black
Lost or found date:
12/15/2020
Pet name:
Peanut
Gender:
Male
Size:
Small
Age:
Senior
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
Peanut is currently on hold as we try and find a solution to his arthritis problem....When we find out what medication makes him more comfortable, we'll reassess his availability for adoption.   This little old fella is just as sweet as he can be.... He has limited vision,,, but that doesn't stop him from being out and about with everyone else,,,, he manages the deck steps and finds the doggie door as quickly as anyone else.  He's fine with the other small dogs and not at all demanding of attention. With a family of his own and less sibling competition he might find that more human attention is pretty great.  But he doesn't seem very keen on change, so we're not going to make him go thru the trauma of relocation unless something real special comes along!! He's neutered, updated on shots and microchipped.  This fella is kind of super sized as Pekes go,,,,, but that just gives you more to love! If you're looking for a pretty quiet laid back pooch for your family, Peanut might be your guy  

Location


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