Jasmine is a 2 yr old (born in 2014) female Chihuahua cross, 15lbs. She’s house trained, up to date on vaccinations and has been spayed as well.
We don't really know Jasmine’s back story. She came to us from another rescue and her story has been lost along the way. She has some leash aggression with dogs and people but her foster Mama is working really hard on that. She loves going for walks and has been gently introduced to a couple of people and she is doing well with that.
Jasmine is a hilarious little dog, kind of stocky through the chest, though she would prefer to be called voluptuous! She is sweet natured and affectionate, loves attention, and loves her toys. She has taught the resident dog how to play fight and they get along well. She is fine in the house when left alone and will use a pee pad if she just can’t wait any longer. She will sleep in her crate but thinks up on the bed is even better, smart girl!
Let’s find Jasmine a forever home where she can relax and just be!
*Though our volunteers try their best, we cannot guarantee that any rescued animal will be a perfect match for each resident, child, or resident pet in every foster/forever home.
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Small Dog Fee: $450
*All adoptions include spay/ neuter and full vaccinations. If the animal is too young to be spayed/ neutered you will be expected to do that as per our Foster-to-Adopt Agreement Form.*
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