Meet Jerry, this ball of fluff is very bonded to his best friend Tom, they must go home together. These friends were found roaming the streets of a Phoenix neighborhood. You were thinking of adopting only one dog, but look at them, how could you resist those sweet faces. Besides isnt two greater than one!
Tom and Jerry are an adorable duo that would do best in a quiet household with no children. They would thrive with a mentor dog to help them learn that they do not have to be on alert all of the time and that they should learn to relax and have fun!
When they came to us both were very fearful of people and touch. It was so sad to see them this way. We have been working on confidence and leash walking. Tom has made amazing progress! Jerry has made progress, but he is still working on his confidence.
They are very curious but do take a while to warm up to new people. Both are still very shy. but will allow you to pet them. They can walk on a leash they just need a little more work to fine-tune their skills. Patience and positive reinforcement are a must to win them over. Once you have won them over you will have 2 new best friends! You will never be lonely again!
They have the cutest personalities! They LOVE to run and play! They get along with other dogs.
They will need a family that has the time and patience to continue working with them. They would do best in a home with no children. They are bonded so they need to stay together.
Tom and Jerry are ready for their forever home since they are chipped, vaccinated, and neutered!
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