Meet Teddy, or as his foster familys neighbors call him, "Teddy Terrific" who is almost one year old. And yes indeed--this hound mix is terrific in so many ways. First of all, he is such a happy dog--he dances joyfully and his entire body (including his stubby tail) wiggles in anticipation of outdoor scampering and exploring time--all of this happiness in spite of a life that began in a hoarding situation in Kentucky. He loves his canine friends and is a terrific playmate and snuggle buddy for the familys other foster dog.Teddy has become a terrific walker and sometimes just stops in the middle of the street and looks around, undoubtedly enjoying the scenery and smells and quiet that he didnt experience in his early and challenging months. And he walks so quietly--inside and outside the house--that his foster family laughs and calls him their little ghost. 25-pound Teddy may be shy at first, but he sure loves his foster family and follows them from kitchen to office to bedroom. He loves his crate and is also house trained. He has a sweet and endearing expression--and a home with folks who look forward to encouraging him with lots of love and patience and want to be a big part of his continued success would be, well, terrific. He would be fine with the companionship of another dog or dogs but just having people around would work, too. Teddy is neutered, micro-chipped, heart worm negative, and up-to-date on his age-appropriate vaccinations. Please visit www.tinymiraclespcr.org and select "adoptable dogs". Click on Teddy and Apply. Paws and fingers crossed that Teddy might be in a warm and loving home this fall.
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