Azalea and Ivy, each less than 5 lbs are two of four Chihuahuas dumped at a rural well site with little hope of being able to survive. They obviously were from a puppy mill which no longer needed them and were just abandoned to die or be eaten by coyotes. Loaded with ticks and fleas, these girls were trapped and rescued by Chewy’s Hope and taken to the vet. Ivy was heartworm + and received treatment. Azalea has a heart murmur. Both girls were spayed and their health restored in a loving home before they were put up for adoption. Unfortunately, we do not know the fate of their companions, but our rescue continued for weeks to find them to no avail. But, these little girls are healthy and looking for that special home together.
These two precious girls need a home where they can learn that all humans are not bad. Ivy is sweet and cuddly. She loves to watch tv in her foster mom's lap. Azalea is still not completely sure if people are good. She needs patience and love but is a very sweet girl. These babies were dumped to fend for themselves. They deserve a good home where they can be loved.
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