My name is Maxine!

Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Dallas, Texas - Maxine
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Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, Inc. - Dallas Chapter

Facts about Maxine

  • Breed: Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
This dog is being fostered in Dallas TX and must be adopted within the Dallas, North Central Texas or the southern Oklahoma area.

NAME: Maxine
GENDER: Female (Spayed)
AGE: About 9 Years
WEIGHT: About 4.5 Pounds
DOGS/CATS: Great with other small dogs, Unknown with cats
CHILDREN: All adult home

Introducing sweet Maxine. This tiny girl has a large, warm heart and looking for a forever home.

Maxine is super sweet. She is calm and friendly and loves her people. She enjoys sitting on your lap and cuddling. Maxine is a tiny 4.5 pound girl, and is perfect to take with you as you travel or just relax at home. She gets along with all people and seems to warm up quickly to new friends.

Maxine also gets along great with the other small dogs in her foster home. She loves to snuggle in the doggie bed with her foster brother. Maxine also enjoys going outside to lay in the sun. Because Maxine is small and she will always need her human near by while she is out (there are instances where hawks or large birds will swoop down and pick up small dogs under 5 pounds, so you will want to be there to protect Maxine).

Maxine is about 9 years old and has medium energy. Note that Chihuahuas can live to be 15 - 20 years old, so we believe Maxine has many healthy, happy years ahead for her. She is potty trained, and also is crate trained. Because of her small size, we recommend an all adult home for Maxine, or one with older mature children.

We have just brought her in to our program in mid-May, and will be updating her bio shortly as we learn more about her. But so far she is amazing and we can't wait for you to meet her at one of our events! If she sounds like the kind of girl that is perfect for your family, please fill out an application quickly. We don't think she will last long!

Our CRT adoption form can be found at:

Maxine is spayed, micro chipped, up-to-date on shots, HW negative. and on heartworm prevention. She is ready to join a loving family - could that family be yours?

This dog is a CRT rescue. Reference checks, adoption contract and $200 adoption fee required. .

After filling out an adoption application, please email if you are interested in this dog Please be sure to read about our adoption process and then fill out an adoption application before emailing the contact person.

About Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, Inc. - Dallas Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

CRT does not warehouse dogs in a shelter. As in most rescue groups, our dogs are cared for in healthy, safe, loving foster home environments. CRT foster parents work very hard to be sure that their foster dog feels safe and loved while working on housetraining, crate training, socialization, etc. All our dogs are spayed/neutered, fully vaccinated, heartworm tested, fecal tested, microchipped, on heartworm preventative and have all other veterinary needs taken care of (such as heartworm treatment, dentals, luxating patellas, etc.) CRT is known, and has always been known, for taking the injured, infirm and elderly Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes. Please consider the adoption of one of these dogs as well. Seniors and special needs dogs make great pets too!

Come Meet Our Pets...

CRT holds various opportunities to meet the dogs looking for homes in our group. These locations, times, and places are listed on our website:

Our Adoption Process...

CRT accepts applications, checks references and requires a home visit. An adoption donation is requested. CRT does not have a shelter and all dogs are fostered in the private homes of our volunteers. Once an application is submitted the foster of the dog inquired about will contact the potential adopter to answer any questions about the dog.