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Teddy

Teddy is a happy-go-lucky, cuddly puppy with a big heart and big dreams! His back legs don’t work but that doesn’t slow him down. He loves everybody – dogs, cats and especially people. He likes to go to the Farmer’s Market on Saturdays and hang out in the park so everyone can come love on him! I carry him everywhere in his stylish doggie pack. Once we’re on grass he can bounce around as fast as he needs to, especially if there are treats involved.

Teddy loves to meet other dogs, and he lives with a cat, who is baffled but tolerant – Teddy doesn’t bother him, although he is curious. He’s got incredible touch-target skills and he’s doing great on housetraining, too (there are no medical barriers there!). Right now, we’re letting him bounce around to build his balance and shoulder muscles, but we’re working on getting a sweet set of racing wheels for him as well!

Teddy’s hobbies include playing tug, gnawing on sticks, bouncing in circles around his favorite people, and snuggles. He’s also a champion napper and a super awesome work companion. (He’s napping on my lap right now). Teddy melts hearts everywhere he goes – come meet him, he’ll melt yours too!

If you're interested in adopting Teddy, please fill out an adoption application here: https://underdogsrescue.org/adopt-form/

Underdogs is a small volunteer-based animal rescue and we, unfortunately, do not have the resources to respond to phone and email inquires about our adoptable animals at this time. If you're interested in learning more or setting up a meeting with one of our animals, please complete an adoption application first. It may take up to two weeks for application review and one of our coordinators will reach out to you as soon as we are through the initial review process. We appreciate your patience and understanding! Thank you! 

Our Underdogs puppy adoption fee is $350, which includes spay/neuter, microchip, and up-to-date vaccinations. 

MORE ABOUT Teddy

Spayed/Neutered

Current on vaccinations

OK with other Dogs