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Male Adult Terriers (Small) (mixed)

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Alternative Humane Society

About Sidney

Sidney is a terrier mix who is about 2 years old.  He came to me from California recovering from surgery on his left hind leg.  He looked awful and was terribly frightened.  In the two weeks since then Sidney has made a remarkable recovery!  HIs hair is growing back and a visit to the groomer has transformed him.  More important than his physical appearance is the change in his attitude towards people.  Athough still a bit shy, he greets new people with a wagging tail and hopeful eyes.  When he is with me, Sidney follows me around the house, rarely letting me out of his sight.  In the morning, he happily hops off the bed and races to be let out to go potty.  He loves to be petted and enjoys the company of his human friends.  He is always in a good mood, plays well with other dogs and is beginning to learn to walk on a leash.  Sidney is up to date on his vaccinations and is scheduled to be neutered on February 13th.  He is a loving little guy who has learned to trust people again.  He will make someone a wonderful, affectionate companion in his forever home.

If you would like to meet Sidney please fill out a statement of interest.

Adoption Fee: $200.00



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Alternative Humane Society

PO Box 2321 Bellingham WA 98227

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