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Adopt Tim Tam

Male Young American Staffordshire Terrier

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About Tim Tam

Tim Tam came to us as the Dad of a couple of puppies and as usual, the puppies got adopted from the shelter and he was left behind. Before that he proved to be a great Daddy. Tim Tam is getting used to life in the big city of Los Angeles as he came from rural Central California and, based on what was done to his ears, has not had an easy life. Our busy streets are intimidating to him. Some of our volunteers have spent time with him and he is gentle, sweet and loving, he just needs to know he is SAFE in order to relax. He will need some time to adjust to a new environment and city life. Tim Tam would do well in a home with a safe, private yard and can live with another dog who will help him continue his progress in building confidence. He is a handsome and very sweet boy. In the meantime, Tim Tam is looking for a foster home so if you’re interested in fostering this beautiful boy, please complete our application

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Tim Tam
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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