Chihuahua

Martini

Martini
Martini is a Chihuahua mix and is feeling unsettled about recent changes in her life. She is 8 years old and came to our shelter with her best-buddy canine friend. She may be part Rat Terrier and is looking for a stable home in order to regain her confidence.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Little Boy

Little Boy
Little Boy is a black and tan Min-Pin/Chihuahua mix. He is a good guard dog, in that he puts forth a good show of being a tough-guy; however, he is a sweet fellow in his own uniquely independent way. LB was surrendered to us after he wandered to someone's house and made that his temporary home. He has made a great change for the better since being here, now that he's had plenty of opportunity to develop trusting connections.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Adopt a Senior - Toto

Adopt a Senior - Toto
This senior Chiweenie will need a special home. He is overweight and needs gentle exercise on a regular basis. Toto is good with other dogs and loves lap-time. He would like a female caregiver, as he is not very good with men. A home without small children is also needed. He is between 12 and 13 years old.
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Tomas

Tomas
This recent intake is a 4 year old, light buff-colored fellow, who weighs approximately 10 pounds. He is extremely cute and full of personality! Tomas was owner-surrendered along with his friend, Lady, and is eagerly awaiting a new start!

Georgi

Georgi
Georgi is certainly a cutey! He is petite (5 lbs or under), probably around 2 years old and walks well on a leash. He likes a one-on-one relationship with an individual and gets very bonded to "his" person. He is crate-trained and is coming along quite nicely with his house-training, but will require supervision and a regular schedule.

Nico

Nico
Nico is especially loving. No background information came with him, but he is probably 4 or 5 years old. Little Nico has a heart-condition, for which medication is necessary. He would be a great companion for an older person.

Tootsie

Tootsie
Eagerly awaiting her new family, Tootsie has gone through a transformation! With the help of a good foster home, she has left her formerly shy, uncertain self behind and is now showing up with confidence, energy and playfulness! She LOVES water-play and is good with other dogs and cats. Understandably, due to her size, she is not comfortable with small children, so a home with young kids would not be a good match. Tootsie is around 8 years old, which for a Chihuahua, is considered only early middle-age. She's patiently anticipating a call or email from "her person."

Breezy

Breezy
Breezy bonds quickly and securely and seems to choose one individual as the focus of his world. He has a sweet nature and a delicate build. His coat is very light and short, so sunning will need to be minimized. At 8 months old, Breezy has little experience with the basics of house-training, so will require a strict schedule and patient but "dogged" guidance. Still, he is an adorable, very small boy who is hoping for that special someone to come along and do a walk through life with him!

Angus

Angus
This kid looks like a tall Cairn Terrier. Angus has recovered from being bitten by a rattlesnake and has been fostered out, since personal reasons prevent his former owner from keeping him. His best buddy is Bentley, also on this site. Angus is territorial with other dogs, but otherwise seems to have an even approach to the world. Angus is most likely house-trained, but we don't know for certain yet.

Sam

Sam
Sam is a large, ginger-colored, 9 year old, full-bred Chihuahua boy. He and his doggy friend needed placement when their aging companions moved into assisted living, and Annie's was called, since the family hoped to avoid any risk that the beloved pets might be euthanized. While a tad stand-offish initially with strangers, Sam gets very attached to "his person," is quite friendly/sweet and listens well.  Since his arrival here, he has slimmed down and his coat has taken on a healthy sheen.  While he has lived for years as a housetrained pet, Sam may need a "refresher course" on the subject following adoption.  He will be happiest placed in a home with a gentle, small, female dog, since he loves playing the role of "big brother." Sam is microchipped.
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