My name is Kit!

Chihuahua/Poodle (Miniature) Mix Puppy for adoption in Trenton, New Jersey - Kit
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Little Lost Pup NJ

Facts about Kit

  • Breed: Chihuahua/Poodle (Miniature) Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male

Kit, is a little Chihuahua/ Poodle mix that is 4 1/2 months old (10/3). He has a white/cream soft wiry coat and is full of personality, loves to jump in your lap so he can give you kisses and full of cuteness. Kit weighs 4 lbs. now and I do not think he will grow much more. Kit has a brother named Kip, he looks totally different than Kit. Both brothers are in the same foster home in Arkansas and when adopted will travel to the northeast. Adoption 395.00 and travel 140.00. Adoption application below. Beside question, how many adults in house please put ages of adults beside each adult.


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About Little Lost Pup NJ

About Our Rescue Group...

Each dog and puppy is with a foster parent where each is given love and attention inside their home until adopted and each given all medical help that is needed for each individual dog or puppy to insure the good health for each one. Every dog or puppy is up to date on any vaccinations, de wormed, heart worm tested if age appropriate and spayed or neutered if of age and medically appropriate. All dogs and puppies are also given monthly flea/tick prevention. All medical records come with each dog or puppy when adopted. Most adult dogs are house trained or close to it, puppies it just depends, when fostering an entire litter or several at a time it just becomes too hard for the foster parent but each is use to sleeping in a pet carrier at night and during nap time too and they are beginning the process of house training or using a tinkle pad. One of the best gifts you can give to a puppy is basic obedience training, it works, the family enjoys taking your puppy to weekly training and your puppy/ dog then understands what you want from them as in sit, stay, come and down. It is a great way to bond with your dog or puppy and everyone likes a well behaved good mannered dog and your dog will always keep learning even after obedience training. This is not mandatory but only a good suggestion.

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Our Adoption Process...

Emails are fine but it is best to just go ahead and fill out an adoption application first. Then that dog or puppy's foster mom will give you a call and can visit with you about everything and answer all of your questions. Our goal is to adopt each and every dog and puppy to the best homes possible and for that dog or puppy to be happy and the adopter to be pleased. Adopting is a lifetime commitment. I remember my own dog that was dropped off on the road and he found his way close to my house, he was about a year old, now he has a gray face and is old and feeble but it seems like yesterday when I first saw him hungry, thirsty and not sure if he should come to me or not. Treat any dog or puppy each day like you just met them because it seems time passes so fast and they too will be old and gray, wouldn't it nice if they could live as long as we do.

Our adoptable dogs are in Arkansas in foster homes, and when adopted they can travel to the northeast by transport to their new homes. The foster mom will go into detail when speaking to the adopter.

Adoption fees:
Each dog's adoption fee will be listed on that dog or puppy's description. Which includes:

Vaccinations, Puppies are given 2 - 5 in 1 vaccinations before they go to their new homes and are given their 3rd vaccination if still in foster care. Adult dogs are given their vaccinations and also a Booster if needed.

Rabies vaccination done by veterinarian if 3 months and older.

Heart worm prevention during the time the dog or puppy is in foster care and agreed by adopter that heart worm prevention will continue to be given to that dog or puppy after they go to adopter's home.

De-worming which is given during time puppy or dog is in foster care. Please note it is important for an adopted dog or puppy to stay on heart worm prevention because it not only protects against heart worms but other worms as round, whip and hook.

Flea/tick prevention which is given monthly while in foster care

Spay/neuter if the dog is old enough. Adopter must sign a contract for any reason the puppy is not altered before he goes to adopter's home so that puppy will be spayed or neutered by the time they are 6 months old.