Thelma #3156

Precious Thelma (#3156) came in from China the morning of March 5.  She spent her first day in the US relaxing and being pampered.  Thelma has a definite underbite and less than beautiful teeth, yet it’s these features that give her an adorable, kissable face.  The vet feels the underbite and teeth are genetic in nature, a condition called enamel hyperplasia.  (Most times short-haired or hairless dogs are the ones that have this condition.)

Thelma at times has a twitch in her front left leg that her foster family is monitoring.  Her foster family has noted that Thelma loves the kitchen and eating.  They also reported that her first bark occurred in conjunction with seeing a picture of Trump on the television. Perhaps she disagrees with his views on China?

Thelma is a great little girl who gets along well with dogs and people.  She needs help learning not to pull on her leash.

Thelma is being fostered in Lake Oswego, OR.

Sex: Female
Age: 3 years
Weight: 47 pounds
Attributes: Dogs: Yes; Cats: Unknown; Kids: Unknown
Availability: About March 20, 2019