These BONDED Chihuahua x girls came to COPR all the way from TX!
We are requiring a fenced-in yard for these girls. They are young and highly active, see their videos listed below, they love chasing each other around the yard and keep each other entertained!
After they finish playing they enjoy nothing more than curling up on a lap together for a nap.
Ebony : around 1 yr. old, 7.8 lbs. Housebroken, she goes outside and uses pee pads, she does require a pee pad down to avoid accidents on carpets or area rugs. Friendly with new people, has basic training, likes toys, goofy, lap pet, playful, rides well in car, intelligent. high exercise needs, good with other dogs, unsure about cats, good with men and women adults. Ebony is high energy and needs space to run (FAST) and play, in her downtime she enjoys snuggling on your lap and is very loyal, she is food driven which helps with her obedience, but she does need to be fed separate from other animals in the home.
Ivy : around 4 yrs. old, 10.9 lbs. Housebroken, she goes outside and uses pee pads, she does require a pee pad down to avoid accidents on carpets or area rugs. Shy with new people, has basic training. likes toys, affectionate, playful, does well in car, timid/shy, intelligent, high energy level, high exercise needs, good with other dogs, unsure about cats, good with men and women adults. very sweet and loyal, enjoys snuggling with her people and likes to give lots of kisses, she can be timid in new situations or environments but will warm up quickly with reassurance, she and Ebony have a lot of energy and love to run (FAST), they play together most of the day but when they finally nap they enjoy being on a lap. From their foster mom: They sleep great through the night with no accidents. Will sleep in a crate, but they prefer to snuggle up in bed. Both do well on a leash, and enjoy a walk. Ivy listens much better than Ebony. Especially if there is a squirrel in the yard... I have to physically track down Ebony and pick her up to get her inside. She is quite the hunter.. Lol...a big personality in a tiny body, no doubt!
In foster care in FREMONT, OH.
Your message has been sent to Central Ohio Pomeranian Rescue.
You'll receive a copy, too, at to help you keep track of which pets you've inquired about, and which shelters and rescues you've emailed.
NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter! Other organizations are rescue groups run by busy volunteers who may take a while to reply. You can find information about the shelter or rescue group caring for this pet, and their adoption procedures, on the pet's details page on Adopt-a-Pet.com.