Say hello to Stan, one of TBL’s (many) favorite Chiweenies! Stan arrived at The Barking Lot in June, 2016 with a small group of pups from Orange County. Volunteers immediately fell in love with Stan’s adorably innocent face and his matching adorable personality. At just one-year-old, this little guy is at a great time in his life. He no longer has to endure the craziness of his puppy months, and he has the wisdom and maturity that come with being a pup of one year. Given his adorable face, floppy ears, and short legs, we think Stan is a Dachshund/Chihuahua mix. He’s fully-grown at just over 11 pounds, making him a great “portable” pup. Stan is very handsome, as well, with a tan and white coat that is short and will require minimal grooming. Stan gets along great with other dogs, and currently eats, sleeps, and plays with three similarly-sized pals. He also belongs to a large play group of small dogs, and is quite amiable in all of his relations with his buddies. Stan is great with people, and is happy to be carted around in someone’s arms, or hike alongside them, sniffing the world around them as he goes. Stan would be a great addition to a home looking for a pup they could take everywhere, like out to brunch or to the local coffee spot or to the neighborhood dog park (he would love all these places, we are sure)! His size makes him well-suited to any living situation, too! Looking for a low-riding, happy-go-lucky, loving pup to call your very own? Then submit an app for Stan today!
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