Ted E. - Throw the Tennis Ball
for Him and He's Happy
Susan Daffron talks to Rene Ruston from the The Brittany Foundation about a shar pei mix named Ted E. who is available for adoption. The Brittany Foundation is not just a rescue for Brittany spaniels; the name is thanks to the first dog the group saved. Most of the Brittany Foundation animals are located at the sanctuary in Agua Dulce, California and the group adopts pets to people living in the Southern California area. Ted E. is a sweet dog who had a severe injury that necessitated the removal of one of his front legs. However, Ted E. isn't bothered by his "disability" one little bit and gets around just fine.
As you might be able to guess from the picture, his greatest love in life is chasing a tennis ball. He is an incredible friendly boy with a very expressive face. (Maybe it's those shar pei wrinkles!) He has been professionally trained and a training class for his new human parent is even included with his adoption. He is fine with cats, but would do best in a home without other dogs. Unlike some young dogs, he doesn't need an incredibly athletic owner because long walks aren't a requirement for this happy guy. If you can throw a tennis ball, you'll score huge extra credit points with Ted E!
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