Dexter is currently fostered with several other dogs and gets along with them well. He seems to be slightly frightened of the larger dogs but is more comfortable with the small ones. He's a very devoted little boy who loves his people.
He is non-destructive so he is not crated when his foster mom is gone though he is not 100% house-trained. He still has accidents in the house. This may be partially because he is afraid to go outside with the bigger dogs.
This little boy is a little timid at first and gets to know/trust that you will not harm him. This is typical of many smaller dogs especially chihuahuas.
If you are looking for a little buddy to keep you company, snuggle and adore you, Dexter is your boy!!
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