Ladies and gents, here is Beanie. Mr. Beanie is a loving and easy-going soul. He is a Shih tzu .
He is mad for bagels. He is also well known for barking at toll boths.
Beanie is a doting ally to humans (even though he sometimes stares at the T.V. for no reason whatsoever).
It breaks my heart to tell you, but Beanie was found in a shopping cart behind a farmers market with a cardboard sign saying "FREE DOG". Beanie was brought to ShelterPups.com where he is being cared for temporarily while he waits each day for his forever home.
Beanie hopes for just one thing: a fresh start in a new home. Your home! Beanie is a shy, low energy dog. Beanie's shy sweetness makes him the dream pup for laid back humans. Some describe Beanie as shy around other dogs and he'll be best in a home where he can have a person who will work with his shy nature.
He had some accidents when he first arrived at the Shelter Pups, but has been trained during the stay.
Things You Should Know Before Adopting Beanie
Beanie is a shy, low energy Teacup Shitzu. Be prepared to boost this pup's confidence. Also, each dog breed has certain traits. Knowing a little bit about your dog's individual personality and breed personality will give you some clues about how to care for your dog.
There's a whole lot of Teacup Shitzu in this Shelter Pup!
Sorry, but Beanie was already adopted by an International Rescue Hero!
Thinker. Loves bagels, known for barking at toll boths
What You'll Get
You're an International Rescue Hero. Beanie is ready to come home with you today and begin the adventure of a lifetime.
Upon adoption you'll get:
He is handmade of all natural, pure wool, right here in America. He comes with his green shelter collar and official adoption certificate. He is truly one-of-a-kind.
On Beanie's adoption certificate is your first Rescue Point. You can donate your Rescue Points to your local animal shelter right here on Shelterpups.com. Each Rescue Point is worth real money to the shelter. Adopt Beanie for fun, rescue one for real! Collect more rescue points and donate even more money to animal shelters.