Teddy ( a.k.a Tad the Lhasa x Shitzu )

Updated March 25, 2014 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.


progress update: 25/3/14

Hello Helen,

I am very happy in my new home and have settled in very quickly.
John and Lynn are very impressed by my good behaviour,
and I have not had any accidents at all which they are particularly pleased about.

I went to the vets last Monday and had my first vaccination and am going back next Monday for my follow-up.

I’ve been walking up to work with Lynn and I have made new friends with loads of other dogs that I meet on the way.
It’s a brisk 20 minute walk but I have to slow down every now and again to let her catch up with me, but I don’t say anything – that’s humans for you!
I have attached a photo of myself having my tummy tickled which i just what I like after a long day at the office.

Please pass on my thanks to Pat for looking after me and taking me to the groomers to take my old coat off. The new one is growing back really well now, and John is taking me for a bath and a trim in a couple of weeks.
Please also thank Jackie for taking care of me while I was waiting for a new family.

John and Lynn have decided to change my name to Teddy, so you may need to let the chipping people know.

Thank you for everything.

Woofs and licks,

Teddy (formerly Tad)

Tad has now found a home !!

progress update: 7/3/14

Hiya An update on Tad he’s a lovely friendly dog, likes nothing better than sitting on your lap.
He’s good off the lead and gets on with all the dogs we meet.
He’s clean and quiet at night the only minor fault is that he is possessive of food and for this reason I would recommend that he is homed with adults or adults and teenagers.
He gets on with our cat although he still isn’t too sure when she tries to play with him.

If your looking for a lap dog look no further;-
Tad is a delightful little Lhasa x Shitzu 4 yrs old,
and is never happier than on your lap,
he is good with other dogs,
travels well and is crate trained,
happy to be left for short periods,
he is just looking for his best friend – is that you?


This is Tad a 4yr old Lhasa x Shitzu, he arrived this afternoon in appalling condition and had to have his entire coat removed,
a huge thank you to Poochies of Moordown dog groomers for taking such good care of this frightened little chap who is super glued on my lap as I type.
Gus my other foster dog is being “big bros” and teaching him the ropes.