Whether it’s his foster parents or their dog or a cat, Triscuit, a 2-year-old Cairn terrier mix, just wants to be pals. The folks at AZ RESCUE say he splits his nights sleeping part of the time with his foster mom and dad and part of the night with their dog. At the dog park, he plays with all the dogs he encounters. And he’s even friendly to cats.
Triscuit can be shy with new people and in new situations, but once he feels more comfortable, he snuggles up to everyone. He also does well in the car, and walks well on the leash, stopping only to sniff flowers once in a while, according to release from AZ RESCUE. And he loves treats, soft chew bones, and tossing around stuffed animals. He needs a home where he will get daily walks, romps in the backyard, snuggle time, and ideally, another dog to pal around with.
For more information on Triscuit, or other deserving animals, call Reducing Animal Euthanasia at Shelters through Commitment and Underlying Education at (480) 598-9410 or visit www.azrescue.org. The cost of adoption is $125 for cats and $150 for dogs, which includes spaying and neutering and some inoculations.
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