Tula is a darling 7year old Chihuahua. She was rescued on her last day at the Visalia Shelter where she was scheduled to be euthanized due to space. Tula is just darling and very small at 6-7 lbs. She has the sweetest little personality every. When you talk to her or take her out the spend time with her, that little tail is going a mile a minute. Tula is great on leash, is fine with all the other dogs here at the rescue and loves everyone she meets. She has a very endearing personality. She runs around and plays with everyone and comes running to you, tail wagging when you call her. She is currently in foster care where we have learned she is housebroken and uses the doggie door. She is cat safe and really would like nothing better then to be the center of your attention. She would love to be on your lap 24/7 and would do great as an only dog where she can have ALL the attention. She loves walks, car rides and whatever you want to do she wants to be a part of. She is definitely a companion animal as you will instantly become her very best friend. As we learn more about Tula we will update her biography. (updated 12/12/16) Tula is sponsored by: 1. Helen Evers honoring the memory of Jack, the very beloved dog of Kelli and Burke Wiedel.
Tula is kenneled at Creative Pet Supply and can be seen at our Saturday adoption event from 11am - 3pm at Creative Pet Supply -305 North Harbor Blvd. San Pedro, CA 90731. Please email us to let us know your coming so we can make sure she is there. Please submit an application of interest first and read our adoption process link. Please do not call the Pet Supply Store. For a rapid response please contact us via e-mail at: email@example.com
Tula, Female, DOB: 5/27/09, spayed, 6-7 lbs, had a dental, current on vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, good with other dogs, kids over 6, housebroken
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