Finding a home for shelter pup ‘Tiny Terry’

Smiling “Tiny Terry” needs a home out of Ventura County Animal Services. It’s obvious his story just hasn’t been shared, because this dog smiles “non stop” according to his advocate Jill Dyche.

“I first spied Tiny Terry asleep in his kennel, with his blanket bunched under his chin like a makeshift pillow. He looked strangely peaceful, given where he was,” Jill posted on social media.

The four-year-old adorable pooch weighs 50 pounds and is rated as moderate to high energy. He is easy to leash and loves showing off his obedience commands. One of his favorite activities is rolling over and waiting for belly rubs.

Video:

I first spied Tiny Terry asleep in his kennel, with his blanket bunched under his chin like a makeshift pillow. He looked strangely peaceful, given where he was.Tiny Terry is a 4 year-old no brainer! He loves attention–especially from his bestie, Dereka Schoenewald–and playtime! He smiles non-stop!This little dude (he weighs in at 50 lbs) is moderate- to high- energy. He's easy to leash, and loves showing off his obedience commands! He also rolls over for belly rubs.Tiny Terry loves playing with toys, and is a good citizen in playgroup, and can get "mouthy, but not aggressive" when he's with other dogs. He has participated in the shelter's "Hound on the Town" program, and LOVES his car rides! And–BONUS–he's housetrained!!!Why is Tiny Terry still at Camarillo shelter? He may have a minor joint (knee?) problem. Watch the quick "skip" in the video. Come visit him and get him out! You'll be smitten, just like I am. Please share Tiny Terry for a happy family Christmas.#EveryShareIsAPrayer#A673341Ventura County Animal Services 600 Aviation Dr. Camarillo, CA 93010 (805) 388-4341 Adoption Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 1:00-6:00

Posted by Jill Dyche on Monday, December 17, 2018

Tiny Terry loves to play with toys, is a good citizen in playgroups, however he can get “mouthy, but not aggressive” when he is with other dogs.

“He has participated in the shelter’s ‘Hound on the Town’ program, and LOVES his car rides! And … BONUS… he’s housetrained.”

Share this sweet dog’s plight with approved rescue organizations, friends, family and social media contacts. He surely deserves a family.

For more information, contact:

Tiny Terry’s adoption information.

Ventura County Animal Services located at 600 Aviation Drive, Camarillo, California 93010. Call 805.388.4341. Reference A673341.

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