I'm being cared for by: Texas Chihuahua Rescue - Greater Toronto Area
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Facts about Francine
Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix
Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Francine is 10 years old, 10 lbs, and some sort of terrier mix. Francine came to us from a shelter on the border of Mexico. When we say she was a mess, we mean she was a HOT mess. This poor lady had 2 tick borne diseases, a rotted mouth, and a scab on every inch of her body. We successfully treated her tick borne diseases, she recieved a full dental, and all her scabs are now healed. Francine feels 100x better and is ready for her forever home. Francine is a lover. She wants to be with her people. She loves to cuddle and be loved on. Apply to adopt Francine at www.texaschihuahuarescue.com Adoption fee is $500. Canadian, and includes spay, vaccines, microchip and transport to Canada
About Texas Chihuahua Rescue - Greater Toronto Area
Texas Chihuahua Rescue is comprised of passionate individuals, dedicated to saving the lives of the second most euthanized dog breed in Texas. We strive to educate our community, assist our shelters, and continue to grow our organization. TXCR is here to help small dogs live big dreams.
Our Adoption Process...
All existing pets must be spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccines. Application at texaschihuahuarescue.com, home vist.
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