Tipton's DNA panel reveals he is 25% miniature poodle, 25% Chihuahua. 12.5 % Wirehaired Dachshund and 37.5% Mixed-breed groups in which the DNA signature is not strong enough to be detected.
Tipton has been diagnosed with ALOPECIA X because of the hair loss on his ears, back and 4 legs where "black" coat only grows. Tipton thinks of himself as just a normal happy little guy. He is growing back the hair on his back. The blessing in disguise is that Tipton is a good match for people needing a no shed/hypoallergenic little companion. This is not a contagious condition. It is "selective baldness".
Tipton enjoys affection and lap time, particularly under your shirt or jacket. He also likes toys, his favorite is an antler to chew on. He enjoys humans of all sizes and shapes, dogs of all sizes and shapes. Dog-friendly cats do not intimidate him. He considers them just a different kind of dog.
Tipton's adoption fee is $250.
I am not the kind of dog to leave in the yard while children are in school and adults are at work. I require a securely fenced yard of appropriate size for potty and play. This may be modified under certain circumstances. A home check will be done and references checked. Applicants should live within 2 hours driving time of Auburn, CA.
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