Hello all! It's that time again! Two of my Chihuahua fosters are ready for new homes. If any one is interested, please contact me. And feel free to pass on the info to any one who might be interested. I am willing to travel (within reason) to meet up with an adopter. We are located in south Florida.
First is Gregory.
Age: Approximately 3 years old
Weight: 9 pounds
Neutered, microchipped, current on heart worm prevention
Gregory is a super social boy who gets along well with all dogs. He needs a family or single person who is active and loves to spend time with him… Walks, the dog park, hiking, running around the yard – its all fun for Gregory!
Gregory originally came to me as a “medical foster” because he was displaying neurological abnormalities when he was found. It is believed that he had distemper as a puppy. However, after a few months of good nutrition and some exercise, Gregory proved that there is nothing wrong with him at all! The only reminder he has of his previous life is his tongue – it is always sticking out of the left side of his mouth!
Gregory is not 100% house broken. He defecates outside but needs a bellyband when indoors. I do believe, however, that with individual training and consistency, he will learn to go outside only (he was 100% house broken when he arrived at my house - unfortunately, I have a chronic "marker" who reversed a bit of Gregory's training).
Second is Dolly Moo (aka Moo Moo)
Age: Approximately 6 years old
Weight: 2.5 pounds
Spayed, microchipped, UTD on heart worm prevention
Dolly Moo is a petite little girl. However, she has the typical "larger than life" personality. She loves to "smile" when she gets excited! Moo has bilateral patella luxation (grade 3/4). Also, she needs her teeth cleaned (which will be performed with my vet prior to adoption).
She loves to groom the other dogs. She is almost completely pad trained but still loves to go outside with the "big" dogs.
Dolly Moo came to me through my job. She was found lying in someone's front yard. She barely weighed 1.5 pounds and was missing a lot of fur. There was nothing to her…
But now she is much healthier!