Tonik, the human-faced dog, is looking for a new home
Tonik, a poodle-Shih Tzu mix, who was said to be a dog with a human face, is now up for adoption. Tonik was first brought into a kill shelter in Kentucky and ended up transferred to Indiana.

As Petfinder said, “Tonik came to us from a kill shelter in Kentucky and there is a very sweet boy in there who is trying to figure things out and enjoy people. It seems he has not had too much socialization. He is great with other dogs. He is not dangerous, but should not be placed with young children because he will get too overwhelmed."

It was noticed that Tonik was a bit of an anti-social for a pet, but isn't a dog with a human face a darling? You can contact Homeward Bound Animal Welfare Group for adoption inquiries and arrange for a pick-up in Indiana.

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