It’s Christmas time, and most individuals are looking forward to spending time with their relatives. However, it is crucial to note those who do not have homes, particularly shelter dogs.
These animals would do anything to seek a loving, comfortable home by Christmas, yet unfortunately, many will spend the holidays in kennels.
It’s a particularly heartbreaking circumstance for one small dog, who was just relinquished by his family, who wanted him put down. But now, this forlorn Yorkie wishes for a holiday home.
Theo, a four-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, was abandoned at the vet by his family, who requested that he be euthanized.
Fortunately, his life was spared, and rather than being executed, he was sent to Friends of Rescue in Northern Ireland. He is now in foster care and seeking a new home.
It’s unclear why the family intended Theo euthanized; he appears to be a happy and healthy dog. Theo is exhibiting indicators of a candidate for trachea difficulties, according to the shelter, but he doesn’t need treatment and “all is okay.” His adoption profile mentions no known health issues.
Theo’s foster mom regarded him as a fun and slightly active dog, but she added, if he has two nice walks and play time, he can relax for periods, and he’s also really excellent at night time.
She said that Theo is now having difficulty fitting in alone, and that he is nearly house trained but still needs some attention. Theo would do best in a home with an active person who can give him the devotion he requires.
Theo has been at the shelter since October, and the shelter is trying to find him a home before Christmas.
Derry, Northern Ireland, is home to Theo. If you want to give this wonderful dog the home he belongs, you may contact him at his pet adoption page.