Harper, weighs 4 - 5 pounds. Approx. 2 years old.
Harper has been doing quite well and has adjusted to his foster home setting. It took him about two weeks to really come out of his shell and now he likes to play with the pack at his foster home. His favourite things to do are snuggle with his humans, curl up with one of the other dogs and chase the other dogs. He is usually quiet but will bark once the playing gets amped up enough and he wants to play even more. So far he does not seem to shed. He can be a little mischievous and has managed to get himself out of our penned area. We have caught him climbing the snow fence to get to something he is interested in like the new big dog our neighbours just got. Harper requires a Chihuahua knowledge home NON SMOKING and quiet without a lot of people coming and going.
He would be suitable for a family with older children as he is fine with older children over the age of 8.
All told, he is one of the most loving dogs I have ever come across.
OBEDIENCE TRAINING: Yes We recommend it. We only use and recommend POSITIVE Science based dog trainers. We are looking for a family who is also willing to sign up Harper for Positive Dog Obedience training from one of our Positive Dog trainers we have on our list. Our recommended positive dog trainers. Colleen Diamond In The Ruff training, Carol Soul2Soul dog training St.Albert, or Casi H - Anything Pawsible dog training St. Albert.
FENCED YARD: A Secure Fenced yard is must!
Children: over 8
Large breed dogs: No
VACCINATED WITH DHPP vaccine
Revolution for Ticks
MICROCHIPPED - (EIDAP)
HEARTWORM TESTED - NEGATIVE PRO - Heart 6 - protected against Heartworm preventive injection.
ADOPTION FEE: $ 450.00 this includes all the vetting, transport costs and care/supplies we have done for Harper.
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