Here is Toby named by us, he’s 11 weeks old, he came to us 3 weeks ago, we thought having another dog around would be a good idea for our shitzu, but it’s too much for our dog and we feel he’s getting pushed out, Toby deserves a loving family home that can give him the attention and care he needs, he’s a very loving playful puppy, loves his solid food and water, does really well on his puppy mats, he’s had first injection flee and wormed and is microchipped, we have his birth certificate, mum can’t be seen as lives out of area but teddy is his dad (our dog)
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