Adoptable Dog of the Week – Greta-Tzu

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When you’re this cute, you need a hyphenated name! Meet Greta-Tzu, our Adoptable Dog of the Week. She’s a 6-year-old Shih Tzu from Holland, Michigan. Greta-Tzu is already spayed, purebred, and up to date with shots.

While I look sweet and innocent, there are a few things you should know about me. I mostly get along with other dogs but sometimes if they get pushy or growl at me, I tend to lose my temper with them and then I sound ferocious. I also will fight with them over my food when I first start to eat, too. Once I have had enough, I will walk away from my dish even if there is food left and anyone can have it.

Most of the time I do my business outside. I don’t really understand about telling you when I have to go and we are on a pretty good schedule in my foster home so I go just go outside at regular times. I do know what doggie potty-pads are so sometimes I go on them but snow and rain doesn’t bother me so I will gladly go outside, too.

I like to go for car rides and I like to sleep on your bed at night. If you don’t want me on your bed, I will sleep in a cuddle bed but I do like to be near you at night and I like to hang around in the room where you are when you are home. I will go in a crate but I don’t really need to be in one when you are gone.

I stayed in a house with some cats for a couple of days and they didn’t seem like a big deal. I have met some younger children and they seem fine, too but since I have this problem with food and treats, my foster mom says I can’t go to a home with really young humans.

I guess that’s about it so go ahead and fill out an application for me so that I can live in a really nice home for the rest of my life!

If you’d like to adopt Greta-Tzu, please visit Animal Placement Bureau.