* This pet should be adopted to a home without cats
* Annie would do best as the solo pet in the home.
Annie is a female Shih-tzu that is bigger than most Shih-tzus weighing in at 25 pounds.
She came to us as an owner surrender. A family got her and only had her for about 2 weeks and she didnt get along with the current dogs and cats in the home.
When Annie was in a temporary foster before arrival at Prairie Paws, she did well with the dogs in the home. Its important to make sure introduction to new and current pets in the home are done properly and given time for adjustment as well as decompressing of the new addition.
Annie has been around older kids and should be adopted to a home without cats. She gets along with some other dogs. Annie doesnt care for dogs bigger than her or dogs with lots of energy.
Annie is looking for a stable home with all the shuffling she has been through the past month. The new family will need to be willing to have the time to work with her and help her adjust to all the new things.
All medical work is completed prior to adoption including spay shots worming flea treatment rabies shot micro chip kennel cough and vet exam.
The adoption fee is $200 + tax with the approved application. The pre adoption application is available on the website www.prairiepawsrescue.com.
Prairie Paws Rescue does not adopt on a first come basis but who will provide the best home suited to the pets needs
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