My name is Wilma!

Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Fargo, North Dakota - Wilma
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4 Luv of Dog Rescue

Facts about Wilma

  • Breed: Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9643751-3189

If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. 

Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation.


Name: Wilma
Breed: Chihuahua Mix
Age: 8 Years
Size: Small  14 lbs. 
Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included).  Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check.
Other:  Spayed Female, vaccinations current, microchip

**  Wilma qualifies for our Seniors for Seniors Program.  This program places senior dogs (age 8 or older) with senior citizens (age 65 or older) at a reduced adoption fee of $65.00.  If you qualify and are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application on line and type "SENIOR" after your name.


Wilma is looking for her own lap to lay on; is it yours?


Foster Home Feedback

9/22/16: Wilma continues to be quite the pistol.  It turns out that she has mad hunting skills, and has dispatched a couple of voles that were in "her" yard.  She even brought one in the house as a trophy.  Despite her proud accomplishment, it did not get stuffed and mounted.  She also managed to pack on some pounds by periodically scaling a baby gate, slipping around a card table barrier into the basement, and crawling up on a shelf to help herself to a big bag of dog food she had chewed open on its underside so it wasn't noticeable. On the plus side, she is the best walker I have ever had.  She just trots right along beside me, just maybe a bit more ploddingly, since the great Kibble debacle.  A few more walks may help her get her figure back.  That, and putting back the door into the basement.
Although she may not be the most striking of the available dogs, I do believe she may be the sweetest.  She loves to be loved, and shows her appreciation by sneaking slurpy kisses.  No matter what antics she pulls, she is just too adorable to be mad at.  She is either genuinely contrite or a great little actress. Either way, she's award-winning in my book. 

7/6/16: I would like to say Wilma is rock-solid on her potty training, but we are still working on this. She doesn't do it often, but she does do it. It is a work in progress. Wilma still loves shredding squeaky toys and will pull them off displays when she's in pet stores.  She tries to finagle extra portions, and went crazy over the berries that fell from the tree in the yard behind me.  Wilma is a stealth smoocher. Watch out!

3/11/16: Wilma is 15 pounds of fun.  She likes to give kisses and do some cuddling, but what she REALLY likes is ripping squeakers out of dog toys.  She's a clever girl, so she can figure out ways to reach things that are put out of reach.  She's not naughty...just determined.  She hasn't chewed on anything besides toys, but she will hunt around for any toys that might be hiding.  She also managed to find a route to a bag of dog food on a high shelf and treats that were on the stove.  Not to worry - the stove here is just extra counter space.  Her food quests seem to have moderated since she has figured out that food and treats arrive on a regular schedule.

 Wilma has done well with my three dogs, but she does need to be reminded that she is not the boss of us.  She is very tuned in to squirrels and rabbits, and was quite interested in the cats at the vet's office.  I think she would enjoy chasing critters, so she would need close watching.  She doesn't mind her carrier and sometimes chooses to sleep in there, but has not been kenneled here.  She had a few accidents in the house at first, but seems to have learned that outside is better.  She hasn't been around kids at my house, but I haven't seen her be aggressive towards people.  I would suspect that any stuffed toys a child might have would be in peril.
If you appreciate a spunky gal with a heart of gold, Wilma will make you very happy.  If you have a collection of rare and valuable stuffed animals, better pass.

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About 4 Luv of Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

4 Luv of Dog Rescue is an independent dog rescue based in Fargo, ND, devoted to rescuing and rehoming dogs. This rescue does not believe in breed discrimination and welcomes all breeds.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We regularly have "Meet the Dogs!" events at the West Fargo PetSmart store. These events will give you the opportunity to meet some of the dogs we have available for adoption and to visit with our volunteers. See our website for schedule dates/times.

Our Adoption Process...

There is a pre-adoption application, reference check, and home visit required prior to adopting an animal. There is an adoption donation/fee applied to all dogs. This fee ranges from $100-150. These fees help cover the veterinary care we have provided for the animals while they wait for homes. The fee also helps pay for the food and other general care we provide for the dogs. You must be 21 yrs or older to adopt a dog and can not live in a an area where there are dog breed bans. We do adopt to homes outside on the area, but there are special requirements for out of state adopters.