Peanut. A 1 year old chihuahua. About 8 pounds. A spunky little guy that loves dogs and cats. He is house and crate trained and wants nothing more than to be someone’s best friend. Peanut has a disease called Immune-mediated Thrombocytopenia. It can be managed, but it will require his new home to be vigilant to any changes with Peanut and will require biannual blood work. Easy things to do for your best friend. Because of this condition, Peanut should never be vaccinated or allowed to go to high risk places like boarding or grooming where dogs are often exposed to viruses (read: keep him close to home and preferably in your lap). He sounds perfect.
The adoption fee for all of our dogs is $250.00 and that includes their vaccinations, spay or neuter, rabies and microchip. To start the process please visit our website and fill out the adoption application (www.dfwrescueme.org) and from there the foster family can answer any questions and arrange a time to meet.
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