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Bristol BerkeleyRescue Me ID: 18-01-16-00058

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About Bristol Berkeley

Shih Tzu / Lhasa Apso
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

Berkeley - 3 year old male Lhasa Apso/Shih Tzu Mix. 20-25 lbs. Bristol - 1 year old female Lhasa Apso/Shih Tzu mix. 15-20 lbs BONDED PAIR - MUST be adopted into the same household. Spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. Housetrained. Good with other dogs and kids over the age of six. Adoption fee $500.00 for the pair. A PHYSICAL FENCE IS A REQUIREMENT. AN APPLICATION MUST BE FILLED OUT BEFORE A MEET AND GREET IS SET UP. Our adoption application can be found at Written by their foster dad: Berkeley and Bristol are two little dogs with big personalities and lots of love to give. They will enjoy long naps on your lap then be ready for games of fetch or trying to find the squeaky in one of their toys. They are almost inseparable. Bristol looks up to her big 'brother' and will motivate him to play by tugging on his ear until he succumbs to her playful enthusiasm. They love treats and will be proud to show you how well they can sit before getting one. Both have been house trained. Berkeley can wait longer between potty breaks and Bristol will sit by the door and give a little bark when she needs to go out. She is the more vocal of the two. They are both good on a leash and get very excited when getting dressed for their walks. While they are a bundle of energy throughout the day, they sleep well through the night and are usually reluctant to come out of their kennel to get the day started. They do well in crowds, both people and dogs, and enjoy the energy of children. If you're looking for two great little dogs who don't shed, you're search is over!

Marion County
Indianapolis, Indiana 46242


  • Good with Most Dogs


  • Average Energy


  • Spayed
  • Vaccinations Current

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