Hazelnut the Shih Tzu


Hazelnut and Chestnut got adopted TOGETHER! Yay! When they arrived from Korea, Hazelnut( mom) and Chestnut (son) were going to be fostered separately but after seeing their special bond, they went to the same foster home so they could stay together as long as possible.

Their foster family fell in love with this adorable and bonded pair and decided to adopt them together.

We would like to thank the Lee family for fostering and adopting these adorable nuts 😊

Hazelnut's Info... I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

Hazelnut's Story… Hazelnut (the mom) must be adopted with Chestnut (the son). They are bonded.

Weight: 11.5 lbs. Age: 2-3 years Personality: Very sweet, affectionate, calm, excellent mother. She is quite bonded with her sons and needs to be adopted with one of them. Coat: Soft hair that will require regular grooming. Mostly non-shedding. Training: Knows sit. Learning. Potty trained: Will go outside or use potty pads.

Health: Just spayed. Has small amount of inflammation at the surgery site along with mild razor burn. Heart, eyes, ears, knees and hips good. Has mild to moderate tartar on her teeth. Mild tear staining, but is typical of Shih Tzu. History: Hazelnut and her six sons were abandoned by their owner at a pet hotel (boarding facility) in S. Korea. They were saved by a dog rescue in Korea. Along with Hazelnut, 4 of the 11 month old puppies have been brought to the US, to find permanent homes. Fostered in: Irvine, CA (Southern California applications only.) Type of home: Family or single person with time and resources for Hazelnut and her son, Chestnut. They are bonded and ideally we would like to adopt them together.

Crate trained: Yes Good with Dogs: Yes Good with Kids: Yes Good with Cats: Yes (bunnies too)

Adoption fee (non-refundable): $300

All dogs are fully vetted, tested for heartworm, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations.

To MEET Hazelnut - fill out an application. Cut and paste this link into your web browser: www.welcomehomedogrescue.org/adoption/application-to-adopt-a-companion/

Apply to FOSTER: www.welcomehomedogrescue.org/how-you-can-help/foster/

Foster parents have the first option to adopt. We will provide all you need to foster.




AdoptedJoseph Choe