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Jolene and Ben   

In shelter Dog

Barnegat, NJ, 08005
Pet name:
Jolene and Ben
Shih Tzu
Apricot / Beige
Coat length:
Shih Tzus Jolene and Ben have lost their mom and they’re currently being cared for by a family member in Brick, NJ.  They are a delightful brother/sister act and they are a bonded pair. Jolene and Ben are 13, but don’t let their age discourage you.  They walk well on leash, love to roam around the yard, and love to go for car rides!  They are spayed/neutered and up to date with vetting and found to be just fine. They were well taken care of and we have all their records to show for it.
The kids are very sweet, friendly, and basically lap dogs. Ben does not enjoy the company of other dogs. He wants Jolene all to himself so we will keep the dynamic that way for them.  The dogs do require a fenced yard.  They do like to explore.
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