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Monday, February 27, 2017

"TEDDY" and "ELEANOR" happy gentle Bonded Shih Tzus - Indigo Rescue - WESTSIDE

ADOPTED together!!!
Mar 2017
 
Available for Adoption with  Indigo Rescue!
Teddy and Eleanor are living together in a foster home 
update - Mar 4 - possible adopters


Eleanor and Teddy are sometimes at Indigo adoption outreaches
"We have a few of our dogs available for meets at :
Tanasbourne Petco on Thursdays from 4-7pm and at
 PetSmart on 185th and Walker in Hillsboro every other Sunday from noon until 3pm"
March Sunday Petsmart dates are the 12th and 26th 
please note that Indigo Rescue is not "first come first serve" they seek to find a best forever match with the dog(s) and the new home.
 

Eleanor's Indigo Rescue link  (adoption application is also on this weblink)
Eleanor is an adult Shih Tzu who was estimated to be 8 years old. She came in to the county shelter as a stray with her companion, a male Shih Tzu named Teddy. They are a bonded pair and we will only adopt them out together. Eleanor had a severe dental abscess that had ruptured through her cheek but we had our vet do a dental surgery to repair it, and her personality blossomed within 12 hours of her surgery. She felt GOOD! She has immature cataracts and may be slightly hard of hearing, but Eleanor is a sweet, sweet girl. These two would make a great companion pair for an adult household or one with teens
 
Teddy's Indigo Rescue link (adoption application is also on the weblink)
Teddy is an sweet and adorable Shih Tzu, estimated to be around 7 years old. He came in to the county shelter as a stray, with his female companion, another Shih Tzu named Eleanor. They are a bonded pair so we will only adopt them out together. Teddy is so sweet and such a happy boy. When he came to the shelter he had a pretty bad cherry eye and a few growths on his back but those have been removed and he is feeling pretty good now!  He was also intact, and neutering him made a big difference, too!
 

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