Border Terrier/Breed Unknown
Picture of Thea, a female Border Terrier/Breed Unknown

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Home:Lockport, NY  
Age: 14 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Thee-Thee, Mrs.T, girlie-girl.....

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-pound dog-disabled -dog rescue

December 1st 2002

Walks, her dog friends, car rides, Petsmart.

Anyone even looking at her food.

Favorite Toy:
Her squirrels-(stuffed)

Favorite Food:
Soup, soup, soup!!!

Favorite Walk:

Best Tricks:
Loves agility, laps around living room.

Arrival Story:
I should never, ever look at Petfinder.... I end up feeling so sorry for all of the poor dogs and want to adopt them all. In one case, I did just that. I saw the cutest, terrified looking little terrier mix in the Prince Albert, Saskatchewan SPCA. I really connected with this dog. And she was the perfect size and type, and being a terrier, probably had similar energy requirements as my other two dogs. She was perfect, but she was 1500 (or so) miles away from my home in Lockport, NY. On a whim I called the shelter, and was suprised to hear them say they would do a long distance adoption. After days of faxing stuff back and forth, sending payment and her dog crate- (not an easy feat, lemme tell you!) We made arrangements to have her sent to the Toronto Airport, about 90 miles from Lockport. I was so nervous something would go amok. I had no idea that the Toronto Airport is about the size of my city—It is HUGE! But things went off without a hitch—once we found our hangar, she arrived on time and totally unscathed. It all went so perfect!-(that is her on the left, by the way...)

I cannot say enough nice things about the Prince Albert, SK SPCA. If anyone is interested in long distance adoption they are wonderful and will walk you through every step! The adoption went great and Thea is a happy, very, very spoiled dog! She has many doggie friends and sees them almost daily to get together and play. I have never seen a dog with so much energy! She puts my “boys” and me to shame! She unfortunately has a Partial Complex seizure disorder that she takes Phenobarbital for. I was worried the drug would slow her down, but boy was I WRONG! Nothing slows her down! She is a wonderful dog. I tell people she came from a shelter and was there for over two months,and they can’t believe it. I am so happy we found each other!

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Can I have your SOUP???

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Purebred vs shelter - quality of dog

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