Hoagie

Hooray! This dog has been adopted!

  • Adoption Status: Adopted
  • Breed: Lhasa Tzu
  • Age: 2-3 yrs old
  • Sex: Male
  • Weight: 15 lbs.
  • All LHH dogs have been spayed or neutered, updated on shots, microchipped, groomed, deflea'd, dewormed; and come with a leash, collar and LHH ID tag!

THIS IS OUR HOAGIE….and though I’ve never personally had one, I am told they are delicious and that is the best way to describe Hoagie.  Delicious. He is a tri colored, 2-3 yr old, 15 lb., Lhasa Tzu, who will be your lifelong companion if you let him.  After all this poor baby has been through, he is as well adapted and lovable (even more so) than he was with eyes.  He was brought to a vet’s office, who his humans asked to have him PTS…why?  They brought him in after he had been “attacked by another dog” and both his eyes were ruptured and dangling from his head.  You don’t want to see the pictures.  Hoagie bounced back like nothing had ever happened.  He is a phenomenal dog — with or without eyes — he is lovable and so grateful to be alive.  He would be fine in any family, as long as he is not left alone all day.  Kids, if they understand his blindness, will love him to pieces — a great lesson to teach.  Just because we have a disability, doesn’t make us disabled!!  He needs a loving home, who will appreciate his condition and recognize that it just makes him more special than he already is.  Do you have a home for him?  He’s already walking up the stairs and trying for the down.  Smart, special and sweet, what more could you ask?

Hooray! This dog has been adopted!

Adoption Events Cancelled Until Further Notice Due to Covid-19

We do not have a public viewing facility; however, we hold weekly adoption events at Rover Kennels. Check our calendar for changes and cancellations due to holidays or weather.

Sundays, 11am – 2:30pm

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2116 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405 [Map]

Metered street parking.

Bring a copy of your application and pictures of your home/yard if we have not yet done a home visit.

And…don’t forget to bring your dog(s), if you have any. They make the final decision!