Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
HURLEY!!! 7 mo PUPPY HURLEY was dumped in the bushes at 13 weeks with mange. Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center cured him and found him a family but he didn't respond well to a new home and needed to go back to the shelter for help! He wound up with Skin Allergies confirmed by a Skin Biopsy. This poor 7 month old PUPPY now needs a quiet patient owner willing to allow him to recover with very little stress. He is doing better every day! He is very friendly and loves to play with his toys! He is good with other pups his size and is doing great with his house training. If you would like to meet this little guy please send us an email to Info@LIChiRescue.org download our application directly: http://www.lichirescue.org/foster-adoption-app.html If you would like to donate to his care all donations are fully tax deductible. Thank you! https://www.gofundme.com/2p3d6jxg…
Long Island Chihuahua Rescue www.lichirescue.org Working with fosters and local rescues and shelters to find permanent homes for abandoned Chihuahuas The Chihuahua has become the 2nd Euthanized Breed in USA Shelters across the country!
Come Meet Our Pets...
All meet and greets are done at the former Robinson Duck Farm in Brookhaven - now a Dog Park http://www.lidog.org/duckfarm_dogpark121709.htm
Our Adoption Process...
1. Application Submission 2. Meet and Greet 3. Home Visit & Adoption Contract Signature - must agree to return the dog to LI Chi if adoption does not work out. Donation fees are as follows: $400 for puppies under 6 mos. $350 for pups 7 mos. up to 5 years. $275 for adults 5-10 years old. $200 for pups 10 years and up. The Chihuahua has one of the longest lifespans of any breed!!
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