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Mimi- black and white rat terrier/chi. 2 years. Happy playful girl. Good with kids. 15 pounds.
Momo- black chiweenie. 1 yr or under. Happy playful boy. Good with kids. 15 pounds.
This pair is thought to be mother and son and are extremely bonded. They can not be separated.
Notes from Mimi and Momo's Texas foster mom:
Hi, I'm Mimi! I'm a female, jack russell mix. The vet thinks I am about a year old and I love small children and play well with other dogs. I came from the shelter with Mo and we are best buddies. We love to play all day and cuddle up at night. It would be my biggest wish to be fostered and adopted with him since we are so bonded! A young family with children would be fantastic. I sleep well in my crate, eat next to other dogs and aim to please. I will learn basic quickly :) I'm house-trained too! I don't bark very much and my foster mom says I that me and Mo are the best foster dogs she has ever had! I have a sweet and silly side, love to be petted and played with.
Hi there, I'm Mo! The vet thinks I am about 8 months old I'm a Chiweenie :) A chihuahua/weenie dog mix. I am the sweetest, most lovable little boy ever. I adore small children and just want to sit on your lap or next to you and be loved on. I came from the shelter with Mimi and we are BFFs. We play all day and sleep together at night! I get along well with other dogs and eat next to my dog friends just fine. I don't bark much, love sleeping in my crate, haven't had an accident in the house - I'm a great boy don't you think? I would love to be fostered and adopted with Mimi. We love each other and would be such a great addition for any family with kids!'
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