already spayed, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I Am Delightful!!!!
Tia was born about November 5, 2010 and weighs about 3 lbs. She is easy to pick up and carry around and you'll be doing a lot of that for two reasons. The first one is that she ADORES her humans and wants nothing more than to be with them whenever possible. She cries, at the gate, at the bottom of the stairs when I go up. Will she be sleeping with you? Yessiree!!! But, unlike most Chias she doesn't get under the covers and that has to be due to her very thick, medium length fur. Now the other reason you'll be carrying her a lot. She has some pretty bad luxating patellas and there is obvious weakness back there, but she can still climb the stairs. She may be a good candidate for a cart later on, but also would adore a ride in a buggy or going for a walk in a doggie style back pack. She is never nippy and just wonderful with the other dogs. She does use the doggy door to go out, but it is situated too high for her to come back in so we have to be mindful that she is outside. With this in mind we don't know about house training for sure and we always warn anyone looking at these tiny dogs that they often require the use of potty floor pads throughout their lives. I hope you can tell by this description that I truly love this tiny being and she is welcome to stay here just as long as she needs. However, she would be happier with her own humans and maybe another dog or two instead of sharing us with fifty or so vying for our attention. We hope we find someone with enough love in their heart to take home this special She's a fantastic little dog! Very friendly and affectionate. She came into my house like she's always lived there. Lol. Gets along great with my dogs. Very good manners. Likes to sleep under the covers. I brought her and my dog, Karli to Janice's after school class today to talk to the kids about fostering and I don't know who has more fun, the kids or the dogs! They ate up all the attention and gave tons of kisses. Whoever adopts her is going to be extremely lucky!little dog. She is fine with children. good on leash and fine in the car. Update from Foster Mom will be coming: The Adoption Fee for this dog is $150.00.
Adoptions fees vary based on adoptability. In general our fees include spay/neuter, all age appropriate vaccines, Home Again micro-chipping & registration, worming & flea control - a "complete" pet. We accept CASH or Visa/Mastercard ONLY.
Joyful Rescues has no funding except for our adoption fees and miscellaneous donations. Pet care and vet bills are expensive - you must be ready to take on this financial (as well as emotional) responsibility.
YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 25 YEARS OF AGE TO ADOPT A DOG FROM JOYFUL RESCUES
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Our primary goals here at Joyful Rescues are to re-home pets and save them from becoming homeless in the future, educate the public on pet care and spaying/neutering to control the pet overpopulation, to spay/neuter every pet before they leave us and spay/neuter as many pets, belonging to the public, as possible within our means.
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