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Pet of the Week: Tiki

by Borderstan.com July 18, 2016 at 1:30 pm 3 Comments

Our latest Pet of the Week is Tiki, a former stray who loves to snuggle, nap and chew on bones. Here’s a little bit about him from Rural Dogs Rescue:

Tiki is an approximately 4-6 month old terrier mix who was found as a stray in D.C. and never claimed. Tiki is a red brindle sweetheart who just loves to snuggle. He is playful and moderately energetic but not mischievous. He loves beef bones and naps on the couch. He gets along well with other dogs of all sizes and is also good with cats. Tiki needs a little work on crate training, but he is clearly smart and eager to please (house training was a cinch). Do you have room in your family for this wonderful little ginger-baby?

To help Tiki or other pets from Rural Dog Rescue, visit the organization’s website.

Want your pet to be considered for the Borderstan Pet of the Week? Email us at [email protected] with a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least three horizontal photos of your pet.

Are you looking for dog walking, pet-sitting, basic training, or more advanced training solutions for your furry best friend? Anytime K9 has knowledgeable, well-trained staff willing to go the extra mile for you and your favorite quadruped.

Ready to satisfy all your pup’s needs for a healthy, fulfilled life, Anytime K9 is DC’s fastest growing pet services company! ABC-certified trainers offer private lessons for all temperaments, classes for all ages, and even agility training for the dog with boundless energy! Midday dog walkers cover the city, and with the use of the latest technology, give you real time updates on your dog’s walk status.

Ready to sign up? Get started by emailing [email protected] and visiting anytimecanine.com

Comments (3)

  1. The ‘terrier’ portion appears to be Pitbull or Staffordshire. We’re not talking Jack Russell or Cairn here.

  2. So what? Terriers vary widely, just like hounds and retrievers.

  3. Exactly. So specificity is called for, not avoided. And how many people really know that a pitbull is a terrier?

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