My name is Dak. I was born around June of 2016. I am a black, male Chihuahua mix and weigh around 4 lbs currently. I am a very handsome boy with the cutest brown eyebrows. I was surrendered to DFW Pup Patrol by my previous owner who said he could not care for me. I am a healthy boy who loves to run and play. I know how to use a doggie door and for the most part am potty trained. I need a family who will be patient with me and continue to work with me on my manners and potty training. Since I’m still a baby I don’t always listen to my foster parents when they tell me “no”.
I love having lots of toys to chew on. My teeth are pretty sharp so I need appropriate chew toys or I will find something to chew on! I am very affectionate and love to sleep in bed with my foster parents. I am still learning to jump but will scratch at the edge of the bed if I want to be picked up. I love to play and wrestle with my foster siblings. I am very submissive and will lie on my back when playing. I am just learning about the leash so I will need additional training.
Don’t I sound like a lot of fun? I am a bundle of joy and love in a small package! I know my perfect forever family is out there. Could it be with you?
If you are interested in adding this pup to your family, please click here (or copy and paste http://dfwpuppatrol.rescuegroups.org/info/adoption into your browser) to view our adoption info and where you will find the link to fill out our online Pre-Adoption Application. Any questions can be directed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All of our adoptable pups have an adoption fee of $225, regardless of our expenses, and it includes vaccinations, spay/neuter, heartworm test for pups 6 months and older, heartworm treatment if tested positive, deworming and/or fecal test, parasite treatment if tested positive, microchipping, any immediate known health issues, and pups 4 months and older are kept current on monthly heartworm prevention.
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