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Since Cash aka PeeWee has been in foster care for so many years, he will not do well in a new environment. He will stay a forever foster with Lost Angels.
Cash is a senior male Chihuahua mix who came into foster care 4 yrs ago after his original owners went to jail. This little boy was very overweight when he first came into foster care and with not over feeding and exercise his foster mom has reduced his weight greatly. We do not know what he is a mixed with but his foster mom suspects French Bull Dog due to his barrell shaped chest and bone structure.
Cash responds only to his original name of PeeWee. He is housebroken and very well behaved and gets along with other dogs he is being fostered with. Cash will use doggy stair to climb up and down a couch or bed. He does not like being held for very long. He is slow on a walk, and prefers walking alone in a grass yard, but can move fast when he wants to. Cash was recently diagnosed with thyroid disease.
Two year ago there was a small canine war over a cookie under the couch and a larger dog over took PeeWee. He was rush to the emergency vet where surgery was done to remove his right eye. PeeWee has healed nicely and his vision in his left eye was not effect and is back to his normal self.
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