Reese is a small 8 pound yorkie poo who is between 5-7 years of age. He lived with a family and was surrendered to a shelter because he was in dire need of dental surgery and the family was unable to afford his care.
Brave little Reese made the journey into the safe care of BCFS all the way from Ohio.
Reese’s Health 411
He had dental surgery on September 21, 2015 and has 7 teeth left. Reese also had an abdominal x-ray due to his swollen tummy. The results are pending and we’ll provide an update on him once we know more from his veterinarian.
He’s been microchipped, brought up to date on his vaccinations, dewormed and tested negative for heartworm.
Reese’s ideal home is one without cats, other small dogs or small children.
He’s a very sweet boy, but has a strong desire to hump other little dogs who let him. He’s fine with bigger dogs (over 20 pounds) who will stand up for themselves.
He will chase cats.
Reese was groomed this week and we think he looks dapper. Those adorable ears! You can see from his new photos how small this handsome boy is.
What Reese Needs
This small boy with endearing ears is too frail to be with young children. We recommend a family with children over age 6 for Reese. He is sweet, but does not tolerate intrusion into his crate. Reese’s crate is his little place in the world just for him.
He loves his crate and puts himself in for naps and bedtime.
Reese needs at least two walks a day. He does have some energy, but not excessive.
He’s housebroken and will let you know when he needs to go out by spinning in a circle! Reese is a good little traveler, he’s fine in cars inside his crate.
Once Reese’s veterinary care is complete and he’s healthy for adoption, he’d love a forever home with a devoted family who can meet his simple needs.
If your home could be Reese’s forever home, please download and complete an adoption application from our website, and email it to our Adoption Coordinator Silvana at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for considering this darling yorkie poo!