Lil Bit comes to people on her terms, but once she does, she is your best buddy. Found on the streets, afraid and cold, she was truly a little bitty sweetheart. However, it is obvious she had been treated badly prior to being rescued. Her foster family loves her very much and is helping LB to understand that she does not have to be afraidâshe is safe, evermore. At her foster's home, she is playful and loving and a doll-baby. With strangers until she accepts them, she is still fearful. House broken and crate trained. PERFECT HOME for LIL BIT is ? Quiet home with either other small dogs or cats, or she as the only dog (although she ADORES our big GEORGE). An older couple or single person, or couple with older children. She seems to favor females (likely her abuser was male). Patience essential. You must love Chihuahuas but she learns to love quickly. She is really, really cute and funny. A lot of personality and love in a little package. Contact email@example.com
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