Madison (Madi) is a very lively Miniature Pinscher Chihuahua mix who is
looking for a home with children over the age of 10 or adults only. While
the vet thinks she may be 8 years old due to body structure, based on her
activity level, teeth, and the fact she has no gray fur, we believe she may
be closer to 5-6. She loves to play. She loves toys of all kinds as well as
chews, and she will play for a few hours at a time when the mood hits her.
Sometimes she will play tug of war with another dog, but more often than
not, she plays alone.
Madi knows very well what the words cookie and hungry mean and gets excited
for anything resembling food. For food, she will dive into her crate.
Without it, she looks like someone is crazy for making her go inside of it.
She requires a low-sodium diet that is grain-free.
Madi also knows what the word outside means and readily responds once she is
familiar enough with her house to know where the door is located. She walks
well on a leash so does not require a fenced yard. However, due to
separation anxiety and her need to bark when someone is away, she cannot
live in an apartment or condo. Her adopter must be someone who is either
home all of the time, can take her with them, or is willing to day board her
somewhere while working. In the meantime, her foster continues to work with
her on curbing the separation anxiety. That is truly her only flaw. She is
an incredibly sweet girl with lots of love to give. When not playing, she
wants to remain by her person on top of a blanket or in a dog bed. She will
definitely be someone's shadow, so if you are looking for a loyal friend,
please consider Miss Madi.
Madison's adoption fee is $200.00.
We require all of our dogs to be maintained on Heartworm prevention and kept up to your veterinarian's protocol for vaccinations.
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