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Beau and Piper   

In shelter Dog

Osteen, FL, 32764
Pet name:
Beau and Piper
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Shih Tzu
Date:
08/24/2022
Size:
Small
Age:
Adult
Description:
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Meet mother and son duo Piper and Beau. Mom Piper is 9 years old and son Beau is 7 years old. Both are 12 lbs. and are as cute as can be. We are not sure, but we believe they could be shih tzu/yorkie mixes. Piper has a straight-up tail and Beau has a flowing tail that fans over his back. Pipers tail seems to never stop wagging! They are great with all people, other dogs and cats. They are housebroken as long as they arent left inside too long. They both do great with baths. Piper loves playing with his squeaky toy. They would love to snuggle with you and watch mindless TV. Snacks you say? Dont mind if they do! These two lil imps will perform a dance for when a walk is on the table. Show them their leash and they are ready to go! These two sweeties are bonded so they must be adopted together. Piper has mild cataracts. If you live in the central Florida (Orlando) area and think you have the perfect forever home for Piper and Beau, wed love to find out more about you. Please complete our adoption application and well see if youre their perfect match.

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