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Mr. Peabody - So Ca   

In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, California, United States
Pet name:
Mr. Peabody - So Ca
Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie
Gray, Silver, Salt & Pepper with White
Coat length:
Mr. Peabody is a darling Yorkie weighing 7 pounds, and approx. 8 years old.  He was a stray that the shelter picked up after being attacked by a dog(s).  It's a miracle he survived at his size.  Sadly, he did lose one eye.  All his bite wounds were treated, and he's now looking for his loving, forever home.


He definitely needs a home with a yard.  No apartments or condos.  The foster lives in a condo, and he is only truly happy when he can run free at the dog park, so they only want him to have a yard to explore for hours on end whenever he wants.


He is a very hyper boy.  Never stops for a minute.  He is very active. Gets excited to go for a walk, and barks at big dogs.  He is not afraid of anyone!  He barks constantly when on a walk.  He is NOT a calm little dog.


He gets along with his smaller foster fur siblings though he does try to dominate them.

Mr. Peabody is a great eater.  Also craves attention.  He can't get enough!


Please fill out an adoption application at: to be pre-approved to adopt  


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