Age: 1.5 Years
Size: Small 5 lbs.
Adoption Donation: $180 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid with cash or check.
Other: Neutered Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Older and considerate children only
Gravy is looking for a home to feel safe in.
10/5/16: Gravy is the sweetest little Chihuahua. He is improving on his potty training, but still needs some work. He needs someone who has patience to work with him on his training.
Gravy is still shy of new people he meets; he shakes when people hold him, so his adopter would have to give him time to adjust to his new home...He has gotten used to me so with a little time and patience, he will get use to you.
Gravy is not really a cuddler, but he IS cute! Give this little guy a great home. He is waiting for you. Get your application in. Look at his Great pictures!!
9/15/16: Hi Everyone! Meet Gravy! I've had him a few weeks now and he's a little Sweetheart! He likes to be held and just wants to be with someone. If you're looking for a small dog, Gravy is your guy; he weighs 5 pounds, so he is handled with care, not roughly. Because of this fact and that Gravy can be a little nippy, little kids would NOT be the best for him. Gravy gets frightened easily so older and considerate kids would be better.
We are working on potty training; he does go everywhere, so when I'm not watching him he's in his kennel. He needs someone who has patience to work with him on his training.
Gravy could use another little dog buddy to show him the ropes. I let all the dogs outside to go potty and he follows the other dogs and he goes potty. He does get along with other dogs; I have small to medium size dogs and he does fine. I never leave them unattended, especially since he is so small. Get your Application in.... he's waiting for his FOREVER HOME!
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