Intake date: October 30, 2016
Approximate Age: 7-years-old
Weight: 5 lbs
Good with cats: Yes
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with kids: Yes
Hold on to your heartstrings because here comes Scooter! This seven-year-old Chihuahua has face guaranteed to melt you. He’s tiny, weighing only five pounds, and is great with dogs, cats, and kids. He’s already housetrained and has been entirely easygoing in his foster home.
Scooter is actively learning his basic commands and already knows his name when you call him. He’s excellent on his leash and really enjoys going for walks. Scooter hasn’t required any discipline in his foster home, so his family is working with him to learn hand signals, one-word commands, and all of the other skills that will help Scooter be the best version of his sweet self.
You know that soft blanket on your couch? Scooter would LOVE to cuddle up in that! Anywhere that is cozy, warm, and safe is perfect for him. Snuggles, walks, and another dog to play with would make him so very happy. A family with children would be a bonus, because Scooter loves to play and lavishes attention!
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING A POMMY COUNTRY RESCUE DOG, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE [WWW.POMMYCOUNTRY.ORG] TO FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION. The Adoption Application is your FIRST step to take, just fill it out – and one of our volunteers will contact you if we feel you’re a good fit for the dog. Adoption fee: $375
** All Pommy Country dogs have been spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, dewormed, and vaccines up-to-date prior to adoption. Pommy Country will ensure that all dogs we adopt out have had a complete medical examination and any necessary dental work completed prior to adoption.**
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