Tucker - Rescue Dog Learning To Trust Humans Again

Friday, November 26, 2021

Update: Tucker, the sweetest little shy guy has been adopted! Congratulations to Rosalina and family!

Tucker found his forever home
#adoptdontshop #rescuedog

About Tucker:

Tucker is learning to trust humans again. He was hit by a car earlier this year. He was surrendered inside a carboard box. He has been receiving veterinary care, lots of love, and volunteer hours. With all the care he has received, Tucker's mobility is back. He walks and runs fine. At our rescue, he chases birds and able to go up and down porch steps.

We saved Tucker from an Eastern Washington shelter. He is with Fur Ever Yours Dog Rescue is now decompressing nicely.

Please help Tucker, a young dog with playful qualities. He needs a foster or forever home.

Fosters are provided a crate, bed, leash, and dog food. UTD on vaccines. #fosteringsaveslives #fosterdog Please use the Contact Form on the right-hand side of this page for more information.

Adoption Update - Tucker now lives in Oregon. He loves life with new mom Rosalina. Tucker is never alone since Rosalina has extended family living with her. Grandpa has a dog too whom Tucker adores.

Adopt, don't shop
2 Year-Old Terrie Mix needs forever home

Tucker's Bio:

Breed - Terrier Chihuahua Mix 
Age - 2 years old
Gender - Male
Size - 10 to 12 lbs.
Spayed/Neutered - yes
Housetrained - yes
Up to date on vaccines
Untested with cats
Untested with young children
Okay with other dogs
Best features: Doe-eyed, gentle soul.

Tucker will be available for adoption around the 5th of December 2021 or sooner. He is currently undergoing in-house evaluation.

To find out more, please use our Contact Form on the right-hand side of this page. You may also fill out an Adoption Application or Foster Application. The links are on the top of this page.

Please note: Above notes are observations made by volunteer staff and prior homes. They are not a guarantee of your new dog's behavior in new environments. Please allow time for your dog to acclimate in new surroundings.

Senior dog rescued from overcrowded shelter

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