Munchkin is a very special needs Chihuahua dog. He needs a very special owner or couple with a not too active lifestyle. He’s a little guy, very intelligent, about 7-8 pounds and around 5 years old. He has his rabies and dhlpp shots, tested neg for heartworms, he is microchipped, neutered and has a Halo for blind dogs.
Munchkin, also called Munchee, is a very sweet, wonderful little guy with the people he knows. Unfortunately Munchee is blind from birth and his previous owner, without meaning too, trained him to bite anyone that wasn’t her! The foster home has done a lot of work with Munchee and he is sweet as pie with them, both the foster Mom and Dad can hold him and pet him at the same time. He gives them kisses too. So Munchee needs owners that will work with him as the foster home has so he can get used to them too.
Munchee is housebroken and food motivated, as well as, fun to work with. Since he will bite when he gets scared, he needs owners that are familiar with working with snappy little dogs! No children and a safe environment for a blind dog. Munchkin comes with his own Halo for blind dogs to help him get around. He, somewhat, gets along with other dogs, he will get snappy if they get in his space, but at the foster home he does go outside with other dogs, inside he has his own penned off area.
Munchkin has been good for grooming as well, even getting his nails done. He is a very special little guy waiting for his very special, forever loving new home.
If interested please contact email@example.com for an application and adoption fee.
We've had a wonderful lady who has donated $25 towards his adoption so it is only
$75 Has shots, is neutered/spayed, tested and heartworm negative, and is microchipped. We of course offer free training help. If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. Located in Missouri
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