This little girl and her brother (Romeo) were found abandoned inside of a trailer where they had lived with their previous owner before the family was evicted. For two weeks these siblings were left with no power, water or food alone inside of the empty trailer left to fend for themselves where they had eaten anything they could find including gum which was all over them when they were found. Neighbors had heard the pair barking inside of the vacant trailer and with landlord approval entered the premises where they spotted the emaciated and almost lifeless duo. Immediately calling the landlord to see what they should do about the pups the landlord stated to let them run free around the neighborhood because someone would surely take them in. However their founders did not do this knowing they live on a dangerous and high speed road and instead called the shelters. Having no luck with shelters local to the area since it was the Friday before Easter and all of them were closed they instead contacted our rescue since they are friends of ours and know that we will help all animals in need. Upon intake these two were emaciated and could see every vertebrae in their tiny bodies. Dehydrated, scared, starving and heartbroken the pair was unsure of coming with us until they met a fellow rescued chihuahua in our care at which point the two followed him to eat and drink which calmed them both immediately. Estimated to be only only 9 months old upon intake the two have been with us for one month and are now 1 years old. We have been getting them both up to date with vaccinations, de-worming, house training, crate training, and more.
Given the name Juliet after her affection and loyal personality in addition to being part of a bonded pair. These two will be adopted together since they are dependent on one another for almost everything. Unfortunately being abandoned by their previous owners inside their vacant trailer left to fend for themselves for weeks we do not know much about their history. However since being with us at the rescue we have seen that Juliet is very affectionate, loving, loyal and craves attention from her human companion. She is passive compared to her brother Romeo who is the dominant out of the two and protective over Juliet. Currently this pair of siblings are still puppies and upon intake were only 9 months old. Since being with us for a month they are now 1 years old and weigh approximately 6lbs. We have been getting them both up to date on vet care including vaccinations, de-wormings, crate training, house breaking and more. Juliet is great with cats and all sized dogs unlike her brother who must be comfortable with bigger animals. When Juliet is unsure of another animal she will hide and find comfort from snuggling up to her human companion. She is affectionate, loving, loyal and craves attention from her human companion every chance she gets. We are working on getting her temperament tested and socialized fully before she is adopted. Juliet and her brother Romeo are awaiting their altering procedures which include both receiving their annual Rabies vaccination. Full grown already at their young age this adorable chihuahua duo remains playful and energetic which requires their adopter to keep a routine schedule and continue with obedience, guidance and training for their future success after adoption.
Before Adoption is Complete Both will have the following:
is Up to Date &
*** Annual (Yearly) HW testing, Rabies Vaccination & Vaccines required after adoption ***
Social & Training Info:
Under current supervision of our rescues K9 Trainer who will assist with obidience and temperment tests.
Great with cats, dogs, kids, humans.
House Broken, Crate trained, Leash/Harness trained, routine schedule for potty and feeding.
Fee: $225 (Due to Bonded Pair Fee is for both siblings) includes vet care
Required: Meet & Greet, Background Check, Questionnaire, Vet References, Landlord Approval, Home Check, Signed Contract
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