Zoey was adopted today!!


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Zoey's Info...

Zoey was adopted today by a lovely couple, William and Haneeh (and their 2 desert tortoises!) Congratulations on your new family!

Zoey's Story... Meet Zoey, who was rescued as a stray from the Orange County Animal Shelter. Zoey is a beautiful gray and white Shih Tzu. She weighs 10 1/2 pounds, is spayed, house trained, social, and gets along well with other dogs. She is estimated to be 2-3 years old. Zoey will be fostered in Long Beach by our wonderful volunteer, Faith.Shih Tzus have hair (not fur) so they don't shed, but they do need regular grooming. They can either be kept in an easy maintenance puppy cut (as Zoey is now) or the coat can be allowed to grow into a long full coat.Zoey is loving and affectionate! She will attach to a new family quickly! She does show some minor signs of separation anxiety, as is typical with many strays and rescues. Zoey would love to sleep with her new owner, but she is being crate trained by her foster mom.

All adoptable companions from Welcome Home Dog Rescue come with a full health check up, up-to-date vaccinations and are micro-chipped. All applications are reviewed in the order they are received; however, WHDR will ultimately select the best applicant to pet union.


See our other available friends here on Adopt A Pet, and also on Welcome Home Dog Rescue's website, http://www.welcomehomedogrescue.org.

Who We Are Welcome Home Dog Rescue is a 501c non-profit organization. We are a group of dedicated individuals who have gathered to bring about the much needed change in the ways our society deals with animal welfare. We are a coalition of all-volunteer, experienced dog owners/handlers who believe all dogs deserve a good home and with the balanced allocation of our unifying forces, we can make a difference that truly matters. To make the journey into reducing overpopulation and the number of dogs in shelters, Welcome Home Dog Rescue offers rescue and adoption services specific to the adopter’s needs and lifestyles so that both ends of the leash can find a happy home together.