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My name is Summer!

Chihuahua/Rat Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Aubrey, Texas - Summer
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Dogs of Hilltown

Facts about Summer

  • Breed: Chihuahua/Rat Terrier Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Ruff, ruff! My name is Summer and I'm a 3 year old female, Chihuahua mix.

I don't know where to start! In the beginning I lived out in a construction site with my son and daughter until one day a rescue group found us and took us to a very cozy foster home.

The fosters said we were going to have a spa day with manicures and pedicures, but to me I think that was just their fancy way of saying baths and clipping our nails.

After a couple of weeks my son and daughter got adopted to amazing families, but guess what? I had babies again! Well now they are old enough to be adopted and they too have found wonderful homes.

My foster family said it is my turn to find MY forever home. I really like playing with the other dogs in my foster home, going on walks, I only potty outside and I like to curl up to my foster Mommy when I sleep.

I can be shy at first when I meet new people, but after a few minutes I warm up. My foster family said I have the cutest underbite, I like to call it my smile. If you think I would be perfect for your family please contact Dogs of Hilltown.

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Dogs of Hilltown is located near Frisco Texas and for the safety of our dogs, we only accept adoption applications from in-state.

We are a foster based 501c3 nonprofit rescue. We know and treat each and every dog like they are our own family members. We love these dogs and we want the best for them.

We require all those interested in our dogs and puppies to fill out an adoption application complete with personal and veterinary references. Once an application has been approved, DOH schedules a homecheck with the potential adopter.

Our adoption fee is $200 - that includes- all age appropriate vaccinations, sterilization, and microchip.
All our dogs are heartworm and fecal tested and vetted to the fullest before they are adopted out.

We take pride in the health of our former street dogs. They came from horrible conditions and we never want them to feel another moment of illness or pain.

Dogs of Hilltown is devoted to finding the perfect family for our wonderful dogs. If you think you would like to adopt a dogs of Hilltown pup or dog please send us a message and we will forward you an adoption application!

About Dogs of Hilltown

About Our Rescue Group...

Dogs of Hilltown is a 501c3 nonprofit rescue that is devoted to helping the forgotten and abandoned dogs in a small community called Hilltown.

This community is overrun with dumped and stray dogs needing medical attention and families to love them.

Dogs of Hilltown takes in these unloved dogs and shows them that they are important. That they deserve love. That their lives matter.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our dogs are fostered in our most trusted volunteers' homes. We carefully screen each and every volunteer to make sure they will ensure our dogs are healthy and happy.

If you would like to meet one of our awesome dogs, you can fill out an application, submit it, and then we will arrange a meet and greet.

Our Adoption Process...

Dogs of Hilltown cares about each and every dog we take in. We want to make sure our dogs find their furever homes.

We ask each person or family to submit an application for the dog of their choice. If the application meets the board's standards we then arrange a home check.

The online application can be found here:
DogsofHilltown.org/adopt/application

Once the dog has been spayed or neutered, the dog is then free to join her or his new family.