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Simone 62403

Date Available for Adoption: 11-03-2023

Date Adopted: 12-12-23

I am a 4 year old, Spayed Female, Shih Tzu Mix.

Simone is gal that breaks our hearts. She came in almost completely furless … naked from flea bites.
Simone is timid at first but very sweet. She quickly starts following her new friend around once she’s comfortable. She’s a little unsure when there is more than one person around. Slow introductions with one or two people would be best AFTER the two-week shutdown period is over. She would do best in a quiet home, or with children that can respect her space and will not overwhelm her. She will be you best friend once she realizes she’s found a good home and family that will meet her needs. Simone seems to be so thankful she is in a great foster home with people who care about her.
Here are a few other tidbits about her:
🐾 Not picky about where she eats: bowl… plate… or right off your jeans 🤣
🐾 Enjoys yoga stretches.
🐾 Potty trained and responds when you cue her to do her business.
🐾 Would love cute sweaters to wear until her fur grows back in…To glam her up.
🐾 She will need 1-2 baths a week until her fur grows in.
In her free time she enjoys:
😻 Head butting her cat friends, Spa days getting her hair done and lounging in her bathrobe. After which, she goes out to Evo to people watch.
🐕‍🦺 Appears to be good with other animals as long as they are not too high energy. She would be best in a home WITH other animals as it builds her confidence. Separating for two weeks is necessary, as she can be invasive when playing.
If you would like to meet this lovely girl please contact the office to arrange a meeting with her foster family.
When meeting her, GO SLOW means do not crowd her, box her in or have lots of fast moving hands coming toward her.
Slow introductions to things:
Go slow means keeping her activities limited to around the house for two weeks.
No beach trips, petsmart, Lowe’s. She needs to figure out her new space and her new routine.
Go Slow means only members of the family. No relatives visit. No neighbors coming over to meet her for the first two weeks. No holiday parties. No bark in the park outings for the first two weeks.
Go slow means give her a place that is hers in her crate with a nice blanket and things she likes.
Go slow means establish a consistent routine.

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