Violet is a 2 year old, less than 10 pound Chihuahua. She is a pistol! She is super sweet and affectionate with her people but also has a lot of sass! But she is quite comical too. She is currently being fostered with other dogs HOWEVER, she sometimes can be bossy and has trouble sharing her humans with the other dogs so she could certainly be an only dog or, she could be matched with another dog.....it depends on the other dog. Violet can be super playful but also very cuddly! She loves to cuddle and she is always looking for a lap! She is crate trained and mostly house trained but she has had a few accidents in the house over the past month. So continued house training may be needed. She is still very puppy like and when left alone, can get into trouble chewing on things so crating is advised. Like so many chihuahua's, Violet is great with her own adult family but she can be nippy when first meeting new people. It doesn't take her long to warm up but, she would do best in an adult-only home. She may never be a social butterfly with new people but she is VERY loving with her own people! Violet is a typical Chi!
Violet has been spayed, fully vaccinated, heartworm tested (neg), dewormed and microchipped. Adoption fee: $250. If you are interested in Violet, please cut/paste the link below into your browser to submit the adoption application. Or, if you have questions, you may email Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org Or call 517-648-2650. Thank you for considering Violet!
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