Howdy. I currently have a bonded pair that I am fostering, and they must be adopted together. Both have a past history of having been abused, and they rely on each other for moral support.
Wyatt is a red/white neutered male Chihuahua with medium-length hair. He also has one blue eye (which can't be seen in his picture, sorry!), while the other is a golden brown. Several people have said that he resembles a miniature Border Collie, lol. He is playful, just under 2 years old, loving, crate-trained, house-trained (doggy door flap), and walks reasonably well on a leash.
Mercy is a tri-color (chocolate/tan/white) female Chi/Dachshund (or possibly Min Pin/Dachshund) mix, who is about 3-4 years old. She is due to be spayed soon, and will have her surgery done before she leaves to go to a new home. Mercy is short-haired, and has the long body and stocky build of a Dachshund. She loves to romp and play with Wyatt.
Both are extremely nervous around new people; Wyatt will warm up more quickly than Mercy. Mercy does not walk well on a leash as yet; she has a tendency to just freeze in place. She is crate-trained and house-trained, however. Both are current on vaccines, worming, and heart-worm prevention. They are located in Eastern NC, but I am willing to process long-distance adoptions, as long as veterinarian references check out.
These two need to be in a home with an experienced dog owner, and preferable with either no children at all, or at least no kids younger than 12. Any kids in the home need to be old enough to understand that these two will be very frightened by the change in their life, and be able to give them the space they need to adjust.
I do have pictures available, but had trouble uploading them to this site. My files are just too darned big, lol, and I'm not sure how to resize them...please reply to the post if you are interested!