The following article is part of an ongoing effort to help homeless dogs in and around Toronto/Hamilton area find suitable and loving homes. Currently, the need is great but the homes are few. Your help is desperately needed.
Happy Tails Rescue of Mississauga, Ontario would like to introduce an adult male Shih Tzu named Bucky.
It seems Bucky could not get a rabies vaccination due to chronic skin allergies so his owner was not able to take him to Florida and surrendered him to the rescue. At his foster home, he was being fed a “grain-free diet” and has since received the shot.
However, he will need an owner who is familiar with his condition and can keep his allergies under control. He will also need frequent baths but don’t worry. This little fellow “loves his pamper/bath time and cuddles contently wrapped in a towel.”
This sweet 6-year-old is small like other Shi Tzus but has solid muscles that push his weight up to 18 lbs. He is described by his foster parents as “sweet” and “well-behaved.”
Bucky loves to ride in the car and go for walks, during which he behaves well on his leash. As an added bonus, “Bucky LOVES cats! He is a sweet, funny guy that deserves someone to love him and take the itches away.”
If you believe you can provide the love, care and attention that this dear boy needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send an email directly to Happy Trails Rescue at email@example.com and put ‘Pet Inquiry: Bucky PFId#23875336’ in the subject line.
Happy Trails Rescue is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization serving Southern Ontario. The rescue is dedicated to taking in unwanted, neglected or otherwise unfortunate Shih Tzus, Bichon Frise, Maltese and other small breeds, and placing them into loving permanent homes. There is no actual shelter. All dogs rescued go to foster families where they are loved and nurtured back to a stable physical and mental state. All dogs are altered before being put up for adoption.
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