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pet week of the WYLIE Wylie, a two-year-old Shih Tzu/Terrier Yorkie Mix, found his way to WAHS with his brothers Big Ben, Junior, Brutus, and Nugget through no fault of their own. While he is excited to find his furever home, Wylie is a bit nervous about meeting new people (we mean, wouldn't you be?). He needed a little bit longer to decompress in this new environment. Wylie is hoping that his furever family will understand his bit of anxiety and help him adjust to his new environment. We think that once Wylie becomes comfortable, he will steal the hearts of his new family without a doubt! Wylie's perfect home would be one where he is shown patience and kindness during the transition and one where he can build his confidence and trust. For this reason, his furever home will need to be one without children under 15. Washington Area Humane Society 724-222-PETS 1527 Rt. 136 I Eighty Four, PA 15330 www.washingtonpashelter.org Sponsored by WASHINGTON AUTO MALL Thanks Angie! pet week of the WYLIE Wylie, a two-year-old Shih Tzu/Terrier Yorkie Mix, found his way to WAHS with his brothers Big Ben, Junior, Brutus, and Nugget through no fault of their own. While he is excited to find his furever home, Wylie is a bit nervous about meeting new people (we mean, wouldn't you be?). He needed a little bit longer to decompress in this new environment. Wylie is hoping that his furever family will understand his bit of anxiety and help him adjust to his new environment. We think that once Wylie becomes comfortable, he will steal the hearts of his new family without a doubt! Wylie's perfect home would be one where he is shown patience and kindness during the transition and one where he can build his confidence and trust. For this reason, his furever home will need to be one without children under 15. Washington Area Humane Society 724-222-PETS 1527 Rt. 136 I Eighty Four, PA 15330 www.washingtonpashelter.org Sponsored by WASHINGTON AUTO MALL Thanks Angie!