** Female, Chihuahua Mix
** 1.5 yrs, 9lbs
** House trained
** Crate Trained
** Good with dogs, unsure on cats but happy to test
** Adoption Donation $250
Health: Emme is spayed/neutered, microchipped, wormed, flea treated, current on DHPP, Bordatella, and Rabies.
More About Me: Welcome our new arrival Emme to rescue.
Meet Emme! -
Hi - My name is Emme! I've been in my foster home for a little over a week now, I'm already potty trained, getting pretty good about going into my crate at night and of course I know my new name. I love to be near my foster mom and I love to cuddle with her! My foster mom has 3 chi mixes and I get along with all of them. I'm not much of a barker - I like to follow my foster mom around and curl up beside her on the couch!
From Emme's foster mom
Emme is a great little girl - she got potty training down - although she might need a little extra prodding on rainy days. She is crated at bed time and sometime she'll fuss a bit but settles down quickly. She seldom barks and loves meeting new people - Emme loves being held and is good on a leash.
History: Emme was pulled from an overcrowded shelter. NWIPR was asked to pull Emme and find her a great home. We are so glad to have her join us in rescue. Emme and her brother/son Danny were left on the front steps of the shelter as strays.
NWIPR's adoption process includes completion of an adoption application, a vet check, screening, in person meeting, a home visit and a lifetime adoption contract. NWIPR is the pet's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home for the dog's general and unique needs, therefore adoptions are not done on a first come first serve basis. We reserve the right to refuse service and adoption for any reason.
PLEASE NOTE: The information contained within this pet's biography is based on observations from the current foster home. NWIPR is very honest about the pet's behavior and needs (and provides up to date information), we cannot guarantee they will behave in the same manner in a different environment with new owners as individual household dynamics vary greatly.
CONSIDER FOSTERING A DOG
***Do you or someone you know have the desire to help a rescue dog? If you have a loving heart, dog experience, a safe and secure yard and the notion to make a difference, please consider fostering a rescue dog. There are MANY dogs that we just do not have room for and just one person can make a world of difference to a dog that needs a safe place to rest his or her weary paws.....***
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