Estimated DOB 04/25/2007 Tinkerbell, is your home her Magic Kingdom? Tinkerbell is a true fairy at heart, a “pleaser”. She loves life and is always happy and ready to be your buddy, lap heater, walk partner or road dog. Most of all, she wants to protect you and show you her appreciation at a second chance. A very intelligent Chihuahua, astute and a quick learner gives her a confident, positive outlook. Tinkerbell gets along with all dogs and loves to play and chase them. She loves her stuffed quail, tennis balls and greenies. Her adorable white front paws look like glamour gloves and provides her with magical powers.
No medical issues and all dental has been cared for and updated. Tinkerbell lost her “calorie counter” watch, so daily walks are always appreciated and looked forward to with her eagerness to please and stay up with you during exercise. She is approximately 7lbs of pure love and pixy dust. Her ideal home is where one recognizes an abandoned heart who was thrown away to the shelter because of her age. Her appreciation for a second chance shines through and Tinkerbell is willing to show you everyday for the rest of her life.
A home where a lazy lap to lie on is a treat, a stroke of her fur makes her tail wag and a friend she will be, who will wait patiently for you at home until she hears you turn the key.
Please visit www.nostrayleftbehind.com to see our schedule for adoption events. All adoptions require an application and home visit. All of our dogs live in foster homes and are usually available to be seen at PetSmart in the Tustin Marketplace between 11-4.
Adoption fees for dogs over 1 year old is $200.00, puppies under 1 year are $250.00 and dogs over 10 years old are $125.00
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