Rescue Dog Tanner Needs Forever Home

Thursday, January 6, 2022

Update: Tanner was adopted. He is now living in Spokane, WA.

Dog rescue alert! Please fill out an Adoption Application here.

Please welcome Tanner into your home. Fur Ever Yours Dog Rescue saved him. He is sweet, gentle and desperately wants to fit in. He was found as a stray in the Yakima area. This red Chihuahua mix is eager to please.

Rescued from a shelter, Tanner is so happy to be out in a real home. He is currently with a foster in a snowy mountain top. Tanner would prefer milder winters. Since he is young, a fenced in yard would be great. Curious, social and just grateful to be a "dog" once again. Smooth, short red coat with some white. Please give Tanner a forever home.

Tanner's Bio:
Adoption Fee - $200
Breed - Chihuahua Mix (aka Chiweenie)
Age - 2 years and 6 months
Gender - Male
Size - 11.6 lbs
Spayed/Neutered - yes
Housetrained - yes
Up to date on vaccines
Untested with cats
Untested with young children
Okay with other dogs

Active and playful Tanner is a 2 1/2 year old neutered, Chihuahua Mix with short red fur. Up to date on shots (distemper parvo, rabies, dewormed). Tanner is a happy, social, and deserves a forever home. Microchipped, house trained and paper trained. Tanner loves to play fetch, loves his toys (ball, rope, chew ring). He has lots of energy. He loves to run around in the yard but also enjoys snuggle times. Tanner comes with collar, harness, dog tag, and a bed.

Tanner was rescued from a crowded Eastern WA shelter. When we rescued him, he had some dry skin on his spine and neck which may have been caused by allergies. The vet has instructed us to give Tanner a corn-free diet and salmon oil supplement. With dietary adjustments, his flaky skin is gone however, the thinning fur will take some time to regrow.

Tanner loves healthy treats like baked chicken. He loves to stand on his hind legs to get treats.

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.

Tanner loves balls, ropes and other chew toys.

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.

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