tibbits is approx 4.5 yrs old and 11 lbs, he looks like a maltese mix, he had heart worms and cataracts when we rescue him and once he completed his heart worm treatment and tested negative our eye vet was able to perform cataract surgery on one eye.. he is such a much happier dog now and even though he has limited vision and  a cataract still  in the one eye, the other one is clear and he can see again, this is some info from his foster mom

Hello there!

My name is tibbits and I’m seeking my forever home. I’m potty trained and always finish my meals!

A bit about me, I enjoy long walks on the beach, or anywhere outside really, and sleeping nestled under my foster human’s arm or planted firmly in a warm lap. I greatly enjoy burrowing under the blankets and have been called a “heat seeking missile” as I enjoy transferring to whichever human is putting out more body heat.

I enjoy playing with any toy that has a squeaker and will carry my stuffed baby for hours. In the event you do not engage with my stuffed baby antics, I will climb on your lap, roll on back, and swat at you with my adorable skinny chicken feet until belly rubs have been initiated.

As a terrier, I sometimes find other dogs need a firm talking to. By this I mean I enjoy sprinting to the window and telling those who cross my domain what for. My foster mom is working hard with me on leash as I haven’t figured out how to not choke myself when I see a canine friend enjoying a walk of their own.

My two current best friends are the cats that live next door. They can be a little catty, but I don’t mind. I can be very unsure, sometimes even scared, of strangers and don’t know what to do aside from bark at them. Foster mom is working with me, but I may be best suited for a smaller family unit.

I’m a sweet little boy with an unknown past and a slightly jaded view of humans. I need love, attention and most of all patience from my new forever family. Once I trust you, I’ll be the loving, loyal companion you’ve dreamed of.

Love,

Tibbits!

 

the adoption fee is $ 200

We transport our dogs through Rescue Road Trips to the northeast. Visit their website for route availability www.rescueroadtrips.com. If your new companion is transported through Rescue Road Trips, the cost of an out of state adoption fee is $475 which includes the adoption and transport fees. If you live in Massachusetts you’ll need an interstate health certificate. All dogs are required to be quarantined for 48 hours at the Ven Elger Kennels in Westport, Massachusetts. The cost for the quarantine and additional new required health certificate by a licensed Massachusetts vet is $110 for a total cost of $585.

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We transport our dogs through Rescue Road Trips to the northeast. Visit their website for route availability www.rescueroadtrips.com. If your new companion is transported through Rescue Road Trips, the cost of an out of state adoption fee is $475 which includes the adoption and transport fees. If you live in Massachusetts you’ll need an interstate health certificate. All dogs are required to be quarantined for 48 hours at the Ven Elger Kennels in Westport, Massachusetts. The cost for the quarantine and additional new required health certificate by a licensed Massachusetts vet is $110 for a total cost of $585.