Sully

Hooray! This dog has been adopted!

  • Adoption Status: Adopted
  • Breed: Shih Tzu
  • Age: 3 yrs
  • Sex: Male
  • Weight: 12 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 SULLY….a true hero.  This tri colored, 12 lb, 3 yr old Shih Tzu came to Lhasa Happy Homes when his owner dumped him in the shelter with a broken jaw!!  We could not say no to him!  His foster describes him as “perfection!”   The shelter sent him to a private vet, who completely messed up his jaw surgery.  They put a plate in, but it was too big for his mouth and it was causing issues!  Our vet attempted to repair it but it did not heal.  So, we took him to a doggie dentist and fixed it!  At no time during his “reconstruction” was he difficult.  In fact, he tries to chew on bones!  He has a crooked jaw, but it works fine.  He is a great eater, although he is on soft food and should eat a combo of wet/dry.  He loves to ride in the car, play with the other dogs and he is great with children.  He also loves other dogs and loves to engage!  His forever home must include another small, playful dog.  Sully loves his walks and seems to be trained, but we never guarantee at your house!  He is a great all around dog….he doesn’t play with toys, but we haven’t let him because of his jaw…but he does love to give sloppy kisses!  He is mellow, but playful; a little willful but wants to please.  He is a great dog AND HE EVEN LIKES CATS!!!  Is this a boy you could love?   

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!