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In shelter Dog

San Francisco, CA, 94112
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Tiny little Ted is the son of Liza. He looks like his Mom. He is 4 months old now, born in rescue so we are sure of his age when most of the time it is just a best guesstimate. He currently weighs 4.7 lbs but he could be up to 15 lbs at a year old. 

Like most puppies Ted is friendly and playful with the other dogs and all people. He has never known anything but love and kindness so his life has been perfect. He has been potty trained to pads at the fosters and should be easy to transition to outside in your yard. He is also crate trained. 

We are expecting a deluge of applications on this little one as we do most of the time we have puppies, so get yours in by using this link; 

Ted will come to you neutered and fully vetted.


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