She walks well on a leash and travels in a crate with no objections. She is not completely house broken though does well if walked frequently. Her foster confines her in a 5 foot pen at night and when away from home, putting down pee pads. She may be able to learn to go to a pee pad when free in the house, however she does not seem to mind the smaller pen when needed.
Olive has not been around children and would probably do best in a home without them. She would be a great dog for a retired person or someone who works from home. She does seem to wander back and forth in her foster's home – perhaps she is making sure she knows where everything is, due to her limited eyesight.
To submit an adoption application go here... http://www.chihuahua-rescue.org/chihuahuas-for-adoption/online-application/
Reference checks and a home visit are required so she can only be adopted in NC/SC and VA. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her adoption donation is $200.00.
If you are interested in volunteering as a foster for CRT, please go to http://www.chihuahua-rescue.org/volunteer/ and read our volunteer policy and then go to the link that takes you to the volunteer application page, choose your state and email the volunteer whose email automatically comes up and ask for an application to foster.
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