Red is my first foster in a very long time. Boy did I luck out! Red acclimated immediately into the routine and my family of dogs and cats. Red is an apple Chihuahua approx. 6 years old, 9 pounds at the moment but could stand to loose a few ounces. He was found as a stray in Maricopa with bruises and some cuts on his rare area and back we think he might of escaped an animal and got injured along the way. He is healing nicely though he might have a funny walk from this experience. He is great with everyone . Dogs big or small, cats and sleeps well in a doggy bed on the floor or up on the bed with others. He has almost got the potty in my house down but we are noticing some accidents and are working on it. He knows his name very well and very responsive. He is very food motivated so I think he could be a great dog to teach tricks or more commands too. He also has shown us he can be a great guard dog as he is very alert and will bark when strangers approach but will stop when told and is certainly NOT a yapper at all. Red does great in the car and will eagerly go for a ride and did amazing at the vets. I think Red is very well rounded.... Children over 13 would be best no small children.
Red has proven to be a great dog and is looking for a great forever home. You will not be sorry with this lover boy.....
Red is neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped and has had a dental.
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