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Theodora is a brand new puppy! The Arizona Humane Society (AHS) redesigned the dog after it was left in its crate.
AHS announced that the owner of 5-year-old Shih Tzu left her in a box in February. She arrived at the shelter with matted fur, overgrown nails, and dental problems. Thanks to the loving care from the animal shelter, Theodora is a whole new dog!
AHS gave the puppy a bubble bath, trimmed her fur, and gave her a cute sweater to keep her warm. Theodora also got dental jobs to make sure her mouth stays healthy!
The shelter announced that Theodora has been adopted! “Theodora’s start at AHS was sad and an important reminder that no pet owner should ever resort to abandoning his animal. Any pet owner who needs help with their pets is asked to contact the AHS Pet Resource Center (PRC), a dedicated group of people who provide resources and support to pet owners in the valley. Last year the PRC team made more than 81,000 calls and helped keep nearly 6,000 pets out of the shelter and in their homes! “Shared the shelter in an Instagram post.
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