Hello there I’m Coco, a 2-year-old altered female Chihuahua mix with some of the longest legs here at PHS/SPCA. They were made for running and boy do I love to run. I love playing with toys – even ones that are twice my size – and taking hot dog breaks. I also love to cuddle, go on walks, and explore, too. I have some of the softest fur around, so you'll want to snuggle with me! You may notice that one of my eyes looks a little different than the other. That's because I have chronic dry eye and can't produce tears in those ducts, so I'll need my new family to make sure I have my ointment applied to keep me feeling great. It's not too expensive, and I promise it's worth it! I will need a home with some previous experience with small dogs. I can live with other dogs, but if you have any children or resident pets be sure to speak with an adoption counselor to make sure we'd be a good match. Please ask for Coco #A562527.
Unless otherwise indicated, adoptable animals are located at our Lantos Center for Compassion at 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame, CA 94010. Our hours are weekdays from 11am-7pm and weekends from 11am-6pm (closed major holidays). Interested adopters must arrive at least 1 hour before close.
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