Aladdin is a 3 year old male Chihuahua mix. He was rescued from the County shelter. Aladdin weighs about 9 lbs and is full grown. Aladdin is a special boy because he is partially blind, about 50%. He prefers dim lighting and can see mostly shadows. Once he is comfortable in his home he can get around very easily. He can be a little shy when you first meet him, but it doesn't take long for him to be affectionate, loving, and playful with a cute personality. He wags his tail like crazy and hops up on his hind legs when he hears a familiar voice. His foster mom says, "he loves to sit with a dim light and have you stroke his head.. he closes his little eyes, he is such a sweetie." He gets along great with behaved dogs. Its adorable watching him cuddle and play with others. Aladdin knows how to use the doggy door, uses the potty pad inside, and will go outside once he is familiar with the home. He is good in a kennel. He would do best in a home that is semi-active or quiet. Aladdin is looking for a special family that understands his special needs. Aladdin is neutered, up to date on vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, licensed, vet checked, both come with 30 days of free pet insurance, and come with free vet visits. His adoption fee is $200. To meet them, come to the shelter located on 1102 W Hatcher Rd Phoenix AZ 85021 . On weekends call for location as we have off site adoption event locations that some of our dogs attend, 602-944-2440
Open Tues-Sun 11am to 6pm / 1102 W. Hatcher Rd, Phoenix AZ 85021 / 602-944-2440
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4727 East Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032 (Near Walmart)
13764 W Bell Rd Surprise, AZ - Cross Streets: Bell Rd and Grand Ave in Surprise Towne Center Shops (Near Home Depot)
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