WCAC ID: 101250
My name is Tyson and I am … A Big Teddy Bear!
I was in the shelter for 30 days and I was heartbroken that I didn’t have a home. I stopped eating and lost weight and got depressed. But I got a foster home and I like it here a lot. I love my walks and all the neighbors in my neighborhood think I am awesome. I like everyone – adults, kids and dogs. My foster family has a little Chihuahua who did not like the last dog that they found and brought home, but she likes me. I can sit, I take treats gently, and I am good on a leash.
Best of all I do not get on the furniture or steal food even when I could very easily get it off the kitchen table. I am very polite that way. I have showed no interest in toys but I love a peanut butter Kong every day! I am a very low energy guy who loves to lie out on the deck at my foster parents’ house while they are outside. If they go inside I have to go too. I like to be with people and because I lost my home I keep a close eye on my foster family. I cry when I can’t see my foster mom, but I think the longer I stay with her I will become more secure and know that she is coming back for me.
My foster family really loves me. What’s not to love — I am a love bug! I love to have my belly rubbed and give sloppy wet kisses. I would love a forever home where someone is home most of the day. Remember I am great with other dogs and all people! Last thing you should know about me is that I am heartworm positive. But please consider me anyway because it is not my fault that I have heartworms, and there are treatment options.
Do you know the song “Me and My Broken Heart” by Rixton? The song reminds me of myself: “All I need’s a little love in my life.” I have lots of love to give to you. Will you be the one to love me and give me the forever home I am so deserving of?
Tyson is a big (91 pounds) black Am Staff/Mastiff mix who has been in the WCAC system for almost 200 days. It is time for him to be with his furever family. If you would like to know more about this beautiful boy or to set up a meet and greet, please email email@example.com.
The WCAC is always full of great animals looking for their furever homes. They are located at 820 Beacon Lake Drive and open daily from noon to 6:00 p.m. You can also check out the adoption gallery to look for your new love.