Pippa & Seth   

In shelter Dog

Weston, Broward County, Florida, Unit...
Shih Tzu, Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie, Mixed
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Pippa & Seth
 Seth and Pippa are a wonderful bonded pair, father and daughter, who love each other very much, and are very ready to share their love with a new family. These two absolutely adorable little ones are very friendly and welcoming, and love to be held and cuddled. They also enjoy exploring in the yard, going for walks, hanging out in an nice lap, and they get along with other dogs. Seth and Pippa also really love to play with toys, and they do so very adorably, gently, and even share.              Seth and Pippa are Shih Tzu/Yorkie mixes, or “Shorkies.”  Seth is 12 years old and 5.5 pounds. Pippa is 8 years old and 9.5 pounds. Pippa’s right front leg is somewhat deformed from an old injury, but she is not in any pain and can run and walk without difficulty. Seth and Pippa are a fun, lively pair with great energy and spirit, ready to bring lots of joy to a new family. If you believe you are a great match for them, please put in an application today.  Please watch the video at the end of the photos to see more of Seth and Pippa. Who can resist these adorable little cuties?


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