My name is HASH BROWN!

Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Murray, Utah - HASH BROWN
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I'm being cared for by:
The Humane Society of Utah

Facts about HASH BROWN

  • Breed: Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10682000-A103506
Unfortunately I came to HSU with no previous history. Fortunately I have been given a chance for a new life. Although my history is a mystery, I have been successfully housed with dogs my size here in Dawgville. My history with kids & cats is still unknown.

I will need regular training to keep me mentally sharp. Staff suggests practicing known commands, learning new commands & routines in your home. Puzzle toys & KONGs are highly recommended. Also daily physical exercise is a must to keep me happy & healthy. A tired dog is a happy dog & I''m less likely to develop unwanted behaviors.

I''m a dog & like routines. Staff also strongly recommends clicker & reward based training along with proper crate training to ensure house manners in my new home. I would do best on a feeding schedule, ask a staff member for more information.

If you would like to take me out for a walk, please notify an Adoption Counselor. Also ask if there is any additional information you should know about me. Please introduce me to your current canine companion(s) & entire family/housemates prior to adoption to make sure we are a great fit.

For additional support after adoption, please contact HSU''s Behavior Department by email or phone 801-506-2417.

About The Humane Society of Utah

Our Adoption Process...

The Humane Society encourages adoption of its animals by offering a complete package for a single low
price, which includes the animal's spay or neuter surgery, first vaccinations, a complete physical examination by an independent veterinarian, and a leash
for dogs or a carrier for cats. The Society also does its best to make sure that its animals are adopted only to
responsible, caring homes. All potential adopters are required to fill out a preliminary questionnaire and undergo counseling with a shelter employee before adoptions are approved.