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Tanzie Mae   

In shelter Dog

Lebanon, PA, 17046
Pet name:
Tanzie Mae
Bichon Frise
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Single White Female, age 15, weighing 15 pounds, looking for a loving home. My name is Tanzie and I am just as sweet and beautiful as the flower I am named after. I get along with other dogs, and even cats too, but Id be just as content being your one and only. I love to be where my people are and will be your quiet, constant companion. Belly rubs are my favorite and if you pet my back, Ill immediately flop over so you can rub my soft underside. My favorite things include treats, my pink harness (because that means we are going for a walk...Yay!), and laying in the sun in the back yard. Im also a good girl and potty outside, love car rides, and love everyone I meet. Despite being a senior gal, I am healthy with lots of life left to live! Please dont let my age discourage you, I still have plenty of moments of playfulness left! Wont you be my forever friend?! Tanzie is being fostered in Alliance, OH.
To adopt Tanzie, please complete an adoption application at The $350 adoption donation ($250 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (Rabies, Parvo/Distemper, and Bordatella), Accuplex (Heart worm and Lyme test), fecal, microchip, spay, dental, bloodwork, and all the love you can handle!
Peace Love and Poms Rescue


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