* Male Chihuahua mix
* Approximately 3 years old
* Approximately 6.4 lbs.
* House trained on a schedule
* Crate trained
* Okay with other dogs, not sure
* Dog respectful children 8 and older
* Adoption fee: $300
All dogs with PUP are in private foster homes so we can provide our potential adopters the most current information available.
Health: Jaxon has been neutered and microchipped. He is current on his DHPP, Bordetella, and Rabies. He has been wormed, flea treated, and tested negative for heartworm.
History: Jaxon comes from an overcrowded shelter in California. PUP was asked to help and we are so glad we did. All dogs PUP pulls from California come with health certificates, as required by Washington state.
Notes from Jaxon's Foster Home:
Jaxon is such a sweet little dog. He longs to be petted and your lap companion as much as possible. On the other hand, he is also very playful and has loved playing with other dogs in the home or by himself with toys. He isn't much of a barker except for alert barking. Jaxon is very quiet and has had no accidents while in the crate. He is house trained when kept on a schedule and working on other training in general. Jaxon is such a sweetheart and is sure to be a fun addition to his new forever home.
Note: The above description reflects the behavior we have observed in the dog's foster home. Although PUP provides adopters up to the minute information on our dogs, we cannot guarantee they will behave in the same manner in a different environment with new owners.
Adoption: If you think you have room in your home and heart for this dog and you reside within Washington State, please go to our Adoption Information page. There you will find more information and be able to fill out an adoption application.
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