She is a 12 year old blind Chihuahua. Bubbie once lived in a crowed home of 20 dogs!! Her previous owner was displaced and she was one of five that Peaceable Kingdom took in.
Bubbie is an easy-going, older girl who doesn't need much: just a soft quiet place to nap, her favorite thing! She also likes to explore her foster family's fenced in yard and loves to cuddle. She is blind, so she will need to be watched on the steps and shown her food bowl until she gets used to her new home. She enjoys hearing human voices and does come when called.
Bubbie is good with other dogs, as long as they give her space, and likes the older kids in her foster home, too. We think she'd be friendly with cats and can be tested upon request.
When she is left alone, she is crated or baby-gated in a room but does not complain at all. This older lady has some missing teeth, but she still likes dry kibble, along with some wet food sometimes. And her tongue hangs out in such a cute way!
We think she is a sweet, easy girl, who would love almost any home filled with love. Do you have an empty lap that she can fill?
Bubbie is in a foster home and not at the shelter.
Adult dog adoptions include - spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip, 4dx, fecal, and flea preventative.
Puppy adoptions include - spay/neuter, vaccines including boosters, microchip, fecal, and flea preventative
Adoptions are held every Saturday from 10am-3pm at our shelter (1049 Macarthur Road in Whitehall across the street from the old Lehigh Valley Dairy)
For more information please email us at email@example.com
Applications can be downloaded at www.lvpeaceablekingdom.info
All adoptions must be completed in person - we are unable to ship or transport dogs.
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