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My name is Carmie!

Chihuahua Dog for adoption in Columbus, Ohio - Carmie
Photo 1 - Chihuahua Dog for adoption in Columbus, Ohio - Carmie
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Cause for Canines

Facts about Carmie

  • Breed: Chihuahua
  • Color: Black - With Gray Or Silver
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
CARMIE is a senior female long silky hair Chihuahua, she weighs only 4lbs.
Carmie is a total doll. Her tongue hangs out all the time due to not having many teeth and we just think it is the most adorable thing.Her foster feeds her a mixture of soft foods and treats. She is great with all dogs that she has been around and she's cat friendly too. She panics a little when you go to pick her up but is fine after you get her. She really likes being with other dogs. She is very harmless, just nervous and a little scared at first. Young kids may not be best for her because of this but we sure do love her.
Her adoption fee is $195
https://causeforcanines.org/adoption-application/

About Cause for Canines

About Our Rescue Group...

Cause for Canines is a 501(c)(3)volunteer based all-breed dog rescue founded in Central Ohio.

We are committed to the rescue of homeless dogs, dogs given up by their owners due to difficult circumstances or those in danger of abuse or neglect, and dogs in shelters that are at risk of euthanasia.

Our mission is to find safe, loving, committed and permanent homes for the dogs we take into rescue.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Many of our adoptable dogs and puppies attend Mingle with Our Mutts at the Franklin Co Dog Shelter and various adoption events around Columbus, Ohio

Our Adoption Process...

Our fees depend on age of pet but include all relevant shots, vetting, micro-chip and spay/neuter unless a vet recommends not doing.

We do require a contract, home and vet check. All animals currently in your home must also be spayed/neutered unless a vet recommends otherwise.