Introducing Danzig, aka Danny, a fun, little Chihuahua with a lot of character who is seeking his forever home. Danny is approximately 2-3 years old and weighs around 10 pounds. While living in foster care, Danny has shown that he is a definite lap dog. He also really enjoys going for walks - all it takes is him seeing his leash, and he gets animated and excited that he gets to investigate the neighborhood. When Danny is in the fenced yard he can run around and show just how fast he really is, how high he can jump, and how much he enjoys playing and having fun.
Typical of so many Chihauhuas, Danny is protective of his favorite people. He is initially cautious meeting new folks, but once you have gained his trust, he is very affectionate - happy to share kisses. Danny’s loves include treats, walks, and playing with other dogs.
Danny would do best with an experienced, patient owner who can work on training and help him feel safe and secure, but also provide him with the necessary structure and guidance so that he can be the best pet. Danny is crate trained and housebroken. He is approved for adult households.
This dog has been examined by a licensed veterinarian, neutered, provided inoculations, been dewormed, tested for diseases, and microchipped. ADOPTION APPLICATIONS are available for online completion and submission through A Caring Place's website, www.acaringplacehs.org
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