Arf Arf! My name is Smokey and I am an 18 pound 8 year old shih tzu! I'm at the part of my journey where I'm ready to find my forever home. You see my family passed away and I was not in good shape when I was surrendered to PLPR. I was covered in mats, couldn't see through my fur, and had a hidden skin infection. These nice people had me shaved and boy did I feel better and I was much nicer with accepting the human pets since I wasn't hurting anymore. I like a low key home with maybe one other female dog, but would love it even better to be an only child. I am housebroken, love walks (plus the daily walks are helping me shed these extra pounds I am carrying around), and I love toys. I do need some time to adjust to a new home, but warm up quickly to be the loving sweet boy I am. I do need a fenced yard to allow me time to warm up to my new family because I can be grumpy with new people taking my harness off or attaching a leash. Treats also help me feel comfortable. My foster pawrents say I will be great addition to a family that is free from children.
To adopt Smokey, please complete an adoption application at peacelovepoms.rescuegroups.org. The $250 adoption fee ($150 fee for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (Rabies, Parvo/Distemper, and Bordatella), heart worm and lyme test, fecal, blood work, microchip, neuter, and all the love you can handle!
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