Ruff Ruff! My name is Wally The Wonder Dog
Wally The Wonder Dog's Info...
|Breed:||Poodle (Miniature)||Color:||Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - With White||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Male||ID#:||4004930|
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Please contact Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
All our dogs are neutered/spayed, rabies, distemper combo and bordatella vaccinated (if they came from a shelter -owner surrendered dogs may not have this vaccination), heartworm tested, wormed and groomed prior to adoption. E-mail us for an application or more information at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are licensed and regulated by DATCP as of June 1, 2011. Our registration number is 266750. All our dogs will come with a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection at adoption.
Wally is an adorable silver toy poodle that is looking for a special home to make the rest of his years very happy ones. Wally was recently diagnosed with diabetes. His foster mom was very accepting of his needs and offered to give him a home for life, then she developed medical issues of her own and is no longer able to care for him.
Wally is about 7 years old and a mere 6lbs. He is great with all humans, including children, but is “mommy” clingy and will guard his “mommy” from other dogs. He is ok being around other dogs, but will growl at them if he is in “mommy’s” lap at the time. The word “quit” silences him, but his dream is to be the only dog in your life. He is completely housebroken, not barky, and a really great companion dog. He LOVES chicken jerky for a treat and eats his WD food very well. Wally is currently on two insulin shots per day, but we are trying to reduce that to a single shot. He isn’t crazy about getting his shots, but who wants to be stuck with a needle twice a day.
Wally came to us from one of our WI shelter partners. The people that brought him in said they witnessed him being tossed from a moving car. They quickly stopped, scooped him up and raced him to the shelter. Wally received immediate medical attention for his injuries. WCR became involved because Wally was so frail and emaciated and needed special care and recovery time in a foster home. He is a wonderful little dog and enjoys life to the fullest.
Wally's adoption level is EXPERIENCED. Although he is a perfect dog his special medical needs may require someone with more dog knowledge. Wally is being fostered in the Milwaukee area.
Wisconsin Chihuahua Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit organization. We do require a completed application and home visit prior to meeting our dogs. We do this to provide security to our dogs. Thank you.
Donations through PayPal are gratefully accepted.
More information about Wisconsin Chihuahua Rescue, Inc.
Rescue Group Info...
Wisconsin Chihuahua Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit group serving Wisconsin. We accept shelter Chihuahuas and mixes and provide all veterinary care for them. Our dogs are neutered/spayed, vaccinated and heartworm tested prior to adoption. We perform home visits, provide adoption applications and personality profiles to potential adopters. Our donation fees are used solely to continue to provide care for our dogs.
Our rescue team is composed of volunteers and our dogs are fostered in-home. We do not operate at a single location and keep our residential addresses confidential for security purposes. Adopters are requested to phone or e-mail us and may drive to visit the dog prior to adoption if they wish but after submitting and having their application form approved. We realize some people don't understand why we don't have them meet the dogs first but since we do this out of our homes it makes more sense to see if a potential adopter is right for a dog before allowing the physical visit.
We require an application, home visit and donation fee prior to adoption. The donation fee is tax-deductible. Our group provides you with medical records and a personality profile. The dogs in our care come from various backgrounds and we try to cover as much about the dog with you as we possibly can. Our members are based in Southern Wisconsin and potential adopters need to be able to drive to our location to pick up their dogs. Our DATCP number is 266750.