Just say Cheese! This handsome 3-year-old, 13-pound Chihuahua mix is a playful and social boy who would love to go to a home with another friendly dog. Currently in foster care, Cheese is crate trained, working on potty training and is good on the leash. Some of his favorite things? Playing fetch, romping with his dog friends and going for walks. Cheese was found as a stray in south Monterey County, probably left behind when his family moved. He was so timid and fearful that he had to be trapped. Happily, Cheese has blossomed into a friendly, loving companion who bonds strongly with his person and is good with kids and adults.
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