Gomer is a 2 year old, 8lb Chihuahua!
Gomer is a total love bug. He is a little shy around new people but once he warms up he loves cuddling! Whether you are on the couch, the bed, or even just sitting on the floor he will come up to you to be petted and loved on and will physically curl up in your lap and fall asleep on you. He is extremely patient and will nuzzle you for attention.
Gomer loves all people and dogs and gets stopped all the time on the street since he is one handsome dog! He’s great with all adults, children and babies. He also loves meeting new dogs and his tail won’t stop wagging when he meets anyone new, whether that is a person or a dog!
Gomer is completely housebroken and will only potty outside. He is a little afraid of elevators and a bit confused by stairs but with some patience and many treats, he will be able to conquer them both in no time. He is working on learning some basic commands with his fotser mom
Gomer is up to date on shots, microchiped and neutered.
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