Woodrow TX   

In shelter Dog

Boonton, Morris County, New Jersey, U...
Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie, Mixed
White with Black
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Woodrow TX
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Woodrow is a senior boy who is looking for a special adopter who will give him the care he requires for his health issues. He is a 12-year-old Yorkie mix who weighs 25 pounds and as you can see in his "before" photo, he has definitely suffered a lot of neglect in his previous life.  Woodrow is a sweet guy but he can be grumpy if startled. He is okay with other dogs and has shown no interest in the cats in his foster home. He is a low energy boy who is happy to just "hang out" all day. He cannot "do" stairs so he must be carried outside for bathroom breaks. So a bit about his health issues...Woodrow has chronic skin infections which require medication as well as medicated baths & regular grooming. This poor boy has recently had both eyes removed, a situation he is not quite used to yet.  We are really hoping that someone wonderful and loving and patient will look beyond these issues and see the special boy that Woodrow is and give him a chance at a loving retirement home. If you'd like to meet Woodrow when he arrives in NJ, please fill out an application at www.northstarpets.org and ask for him by name, WOODROW TX!  


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