Meet Tyson and Zoey - courtesy post
Hello my name is Alex and I am looking to rehome/surrender my two Australian Shepherds. I am having a really hard time committing to this because these two dogs mean the world to me but I know it is in their best interest. I used to live in a house with a big back yard where they could run and run and roam the house. I moved into a basement and they have not adjusted well. They are in a crate more than what they were, due to my job and not being given as much exercise as they used to. I’m moving into an apartment next month and I’m afraid that they will not adjust well to that, either. I am also having some health issues of my own that I am currently trying to get sorted and financially can’t take care of them anymore. I have not had much luck finding them a loving home.
Zoey (the smaller light-colored girl) is a 3-year-old miniature Australian Shepherd who weighs 25 pounds. She is very energetic and needs lots of exercise. She is very shy until she is comfortable with you. She has a personality like no other and enjoys her long walks as well and chasing her brother. She is housebroken and crate-trained. She likes her crate as it's a comfort and safety thing for her. She is very independent but also likes attention and snuggles. She does well on a leash as long as her brother is with her because she just follows him.
Tyson (the larger black and white boy) is a 4-year-old Australian Shepherd neutered male who weighs 60 pounds. He’s very smart and sweet. He enjoys daily snuggles, nighttime walks, chewing on his bones and chasing his sister. They have never been around cats so I am not sure how they will be around them. He loves being around people and getting all the attention. He is housebroken and does go in a crate but he prefers to not be in a crate. He is
going to need testing done to see what is causing him to have seizures every few months, which he is on medication for currently.
Tyson and Zoey have never shown any aggression toward another animal or human. Their new home needs to have a big back yard for them to run in, an owner that is home more than gone and will be able to provide the unconditional love and attention that they are used to. These two have been together
for the last 3 years and are very bonded so they will need to go together.
For more information on these two great dogs, send an email to Summit Dog Rescue <firstname.lastname@example.org>