Dinah is a 2-year-old, 8-pound Chihuahua mix with a sleek and shiny black coat. She came to us from the Monterey County Shelter as a homeless mother dog with a litter of tiny puppies. Dinah was a wonderful mother, and now that her pups are all grown up, she's ready for a home of her own. Dinah is a super sweet and cuddly girl who is a bit timid with new people and new situations. She is looking for a patient adopter that can help her continue to gain confidence. She is house trained and is well behaved in the home
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