Say hello to handsome Tic Tac the chihuihau. He came in as a stray and is a super sweet, silly boy. He is affectionate toward his people and will paw the air like he is pleading to be loved and played with. He gets frisky and enjoys being loved on and played with. He’s a stellar kisser and lovebug and enjoys sleeping warm and cuddled under the blankets right next to his person.
Tic Tac is a very good boy and does all his business outside but will use a potty pad if one is available. He is able to have free reign of the home when his foster mom is away and when she arrives home he freely gives kisses and a happy wiggle dance to show his joy and affection. He enjoys wearing sweaters and shirts because he chills so easily.
Tic Tac weighs 10 lbs and is approximately 3 years old as of 2/5/2016. He is healthy, micro-chipped, up-to-date on vaccinations, neutered, heart worm negative and taking preventative. He is currently being fostered in Rogers AR and we prefer to place him within driving distance of his foster home.
If a wonderful applicant outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must fly in and Tic Tac must fly home inside the cabin with the approved adopter. Our dogs may never be shipped in cargo and we do not transport them to adoptive homes. Because of his small size, he will be only placed in a home with children over 12. Tic Tac prefers a small dog companion and will require a securely fenced yard. Our dogs are never placed in homes with invisible (electric) fencing. Doggy doors are OK as long as they are secured at night and when you are gone. Tic Tac is small enough to be carried away by a coyote or other predator so should never be outside alone.
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