Interested in adopting a Tibetan Terrier?
If you have not yet filled out a Rescue Questionnaire, please do so. If you want more information, contact our Rescue Coordinator.
Phoenix in Loveland, Colorado
Through no fault of his own, Phoenix has had too many transitions in his 5
short years. This has left him timid, sad, and skittish but he is making
great progress in foster care. He is beginning to seek affection, but is
awkward in his attempts: likes to be picked up, but doesn't know how to be
held, wants to sit on a lap or cuddle next to you on the sofa.
We are looking for a calm and patient home with at least one other dog and a
fenced yard. He is sensitive to noises and sudden movement so we recommend
a home with no children. He gets along well with other dogs and
should be okay with cats. Patience is of the essence to help him continue to
build his confidence and find the joy all Tibetan Terriers celebrate on a
The best forever home for him will include him in family
activities and work with him to become more and more comfortable in different
scenarios and not coddle or feel sorry for him.
It is likely that he will regress to some degree in a new home and his foster
mom will work with the forever family with strategies to help Phoenix settle
in as quickly as possible.
He isn't a "perfect" dog but he is perfectly loving and will be perfect
for someone. Phoenix has a lot of years of love, affection, and fun to offer
those who are willing to put the time, thought, and effort into him.
would like the adopter(s) to be open to hiring a behavioral, positive based
dog trainer if help is needed with him.
• Neutered / Vaccinated / Microchipped / Just had a dental cleaning
• Housetrained (but may regress and will need to monitored closely in
his new situation)
• Crate trained
• Walks well on a leash
• Quiet in the house
• Likes to share a bed with his foster brother
• Allows foster mom to brush his teeth!
Follow Phoenix on Instagram: pheenytt
If you are interested in adopting Phoenix, please fill out an application.
\Personal references and a veterinary references will be required as well as an adoption fee which will be negotiated.
William and Caddi in North Central Colorado
William & Caddi are 9 year old, bonded litter brothers. Happy and friendly, they act like teenagers. They get along well with other dogs, unknown with cats. They have not been exposed to small children so we are recommending only families with children over 7. Neutered, microchipped, UTD on vaccinations, housetrained, crate trained, good for grooming and they love to travel. William has protein losing enteropathy which is well controlled with medication and a low fat food and will need periodic blood tests. Medications will run approximately $30 a month. Their breeder is no longer able to care for them due to health issues but is willing to help financially with some of the expenses.
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