47993 – Tic-Tac
Why choose me?
Update 11/5: Tic-Tac has done wonderfully since returning to the shelter. She’s a happy, playful pup who enjoys both people and the dogs she’s met. She and Big E, in particular, are best buds. She would make a wonderful companion for someone in a fairly quiet household looking for a best friend!
Update 10/27: Tic-Tac and Big E were instant besties after being introduced! They can only play together if a staff member is present but, if things are quiet around the shelter while you are visiting, you can ask if it’s a good time for a play date!
Update 10/11: Tic-Tac was adopted but returned. It seems that she is frightened by clicking sounds like the click of some collars. We don’t definitely know the reason for this, but it could be from having her ears cropped at home by her original owner. It was terrifying enough that she doesn’t want these types on collars on her. I’ve not seen any problems using a slip lead leash, and of course, there are other collars that don’t click. When I took Tic-Tac out today, she was as sweet as I remembered. After playing with Nimbus at the fence, she joined me in the shade sitting by my side enjoying pets. While I love spending time with Tic-Tac, I’m sad that she is back at the pound. She’s a sweet, petite girl who wants her own special person or family. The staff and volunteers will try to help her with her fear of clicking sounds, and hopefully she’ll find a loving forever home. She’s already spayed and up-to-date on her vaccinations.
Tic-Tac is a petite beauty. She had just been surrendered when I took her pictures and while she was feeling a little uncertain about being in a new place, she was always sweet and obedient. She walked well on a leash, would come when I called her, and usually sat on command. Her former owner could no longer care for her but said Tic-Tac was good with kids and lived with other dogs. She’s also heartworm negative. After some time in the hot sun, I told Tic-Tac we needed to sit in the shade. To my surprise, she followed me to the umbrella and sat right by my chair. I petted her while we had our break, and when I said it was time to go, she walked with me to the gate. I was impressed. If you’re looking for a sweet companion who already seems to know some commands, come spend some time with Tic-Tac.
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