Flower the Chihuahua mix is ready to be picked! Whether you're looking for a full time companion or an after work lap warmer, Flower is ready to oblige!Flower is a house-trained, 3 year old spayed female Chihuahua mix with a lovely, sleek, charcoal coat and soulful eyes who is ready for her forever home!She likes other dogs (even big ones!) and makes friends with them quickly. She runs away from cats and might shriek in terror when she first meets them but soon settles down once she realizes they mean her no harm.Flower is looking for a somewhat quiet home. She would do best in a home without young children as she doesn't like a lot of fast movement around her and needs to trust her humans to be gentle.If you are single, a childless couple or a retired person who is looking for a friend and an easy walking companion, Flower could be the dog for you!Once flower gets to know how special you are, she will start to show you how darling she can be and will be eager to be your lifelong companion and snuggle buddy! Plus, she's good at keeping secrets...Flower is shy when she first meets people and it can take her some time to warm up to a new person but once she trusts you she is the silliest, most affectionate, face licking, playful pup! She loves to chase cat toys and socks (she never chews the socks just likes to toss them around!) Flower also is excellent at catching flies and other bugs! She loves to sleep as close to her people as possible and is really just an incredibly sweet girl.Flower was rescued with a litter of 4 puppies who all survived and are living great lives in their new homes, we even had a little family reunion recently and flower was thrilled to see her grown up pups! She definitely won the best dog-mom award and deserves to find the perfect home of her own now.
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