$60 for 60 Program
Max is eligible for the $60 for 60 program. His adoption fee will be a$60 for approved applicants 60 years and over.
Hi, My name is Max and I am an 11 years young Chihuahua, Terrier mix boy of apx 25 pounds. My foster mom calls me the giant chihuahua. I am a healthy happy boy that is neutered and up to date on my vaccines. I was so unhappy when I came to the rescue as I had to leave the only home that I had known. My mom had a baby and I wanted to still be the baby. What happened to the good old days when it was just me and Mom?
In my senior years I want a quiet home where I can cuddle on the couch with my humans or teenage children and relax, not a lot of noise and commotion. I do attach myself to my family and feel it is my job to protect them from outsiders and strange dogs. I can live with other dogs as long as they are not hyper but have to be introduced and it may take a little while before I accept them. I have never been around cats.
I will tell you when it is going to storm, I don't like storms or loud noises. I will find a safe spot to lay until it passes. I love to have baths and will even let you trim my nails. And brushing, oh I love to be brushed.
I am perfectly OK being by myself all day if you work or if you go out I would love to ride along in the car, I love going for rides. If you are looking for an easy low maintenance dog to keep you company I may be a perfect fit. Please fill out the application below. Love, Max
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