Meet Tigger
Species Dog 
Breed Poodle, Standard/Retriever, Golden 
Age 5 months 28 days 
Gender Male 
Size Large 
Color Red/White 
T-I-DOUBLE GAH-ER! Tigger is a 5.5 month old male Golden Retriever/Poodle puppy who weighs 38 lbs. Tigger and his brothers, Piglet and Winnie (both have been adopted), came to All 4 Paws from a commercial kennel after they didn't sell as young puppies. We feel so lucky to have the opportunity to help them find the families they deserve! Tigger is a bouncy, happy puppy now that he has settled into his foster home. He is shy at first, so he does take some time to warm up in new situations. Once he is comfortable he has no trouble showing his true colors! Tigger is very smart, curious, and eager to please, and is already excelling with his training. He loves to wrestle and play with his canine friends and really finds comfort in their company, so we will be looking for a home for him that has a resident, playful dog. He even likes the cat he is living with. Tigger would love a home with older kids who respect his space and, once he is comfortable, will run and play with him in the backyard, tossing toys to him and playing tug. Tigger also has an "off" button and enjoys a nice nap on the couch with his friends or person - he has become quite the cuddle bug! We just adore this handsome boy and cannot wait to watch him thrive! Please help us find this amazing boy the forever home he's been waiting for!

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All 4 Paws is a non-profit, all-breed, no-kill animal rescue based in Malvern, PA. As a foster-based organization, we do not have a kennel facility you can visit. All adoptions must take place at our office in Malvern, PA so adopters living outside of our area should be prepared to travel. Please read our FAQs to learn more about our adoption process and organization: