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** Female, Chihuahua
** 19 weeks, 3lbs (probably 4-5lbs full grown)
** mostly housetrained
** Crate trained
** Good with dogs, unsure on cats but happy to test
** Children 12 and older and NO large dogs due to size
** Adoption fee $365 (on hold for broken leg)
Health: Cricket is spayed/neutered, microchipped, wormed, flea treated, current on DHPP, Bordatella, and Rabies.
More About Me: Meet Itsy Bitsy Cricket. Born December 26, 2011 – she’s just over 4 months old, about 3 lbs and sweet as can be.Cricket is a darling little pup. She loves her person and enjoys to be held and cuddled. She loves to cuddle up with you and be close. She has also been found hiding and cuddled up in obscure out of the way places – such as the doggy toy box. She is working on her leash skills and doing quite well on housetraining. She is also doing well with her crate training. She does ride well in the car. She likes other dogs but does prefer smaller sized dogs that are close to her size. Cricket is a tiny little thing and is simply adorable!
Cricket is about the cutest and sweetest little dog ever. Potty training is going well, she will run outside on her own when she needs to potty – although sometimes when it’s raining she needs a little encouragement getting outside. She’s a very loving little puppy and her fave place (unless she’s outside sunbathing) is wherever her foster mom is – she loves to be held and cuddled and naps are always best when they’re taken near you. She enjoys a good game of fetch with one of her soft toys, loves sunbathing with her foster bro on the back deck and car rides. She is crate trained and doing pretty good on her leash training – we haven’t walked too far but seems heading home is her favorite part of walks. Her foster mom has 3 dogs of her own and she’s fine with them and would do great with another small young dog. No children under 12 and fenced backyard a must – she’s a very small and curious little puppy – so seal up any holes and stock up on chew toys before she comes home with you!
History: Cricket has arrived from a vets office where she was left because her owners have been homeless and living in tents and on the streets. NWIPR was asked to bring Cricket into rescue and find her a great home. We are so glad to have her join us in rescue.NWIPR IS AN ALL VOLUNTEER REGISTERED NON-PROFIT 501c3 PUBLIC CHARITY
NWIPR's adoption process includes completion of an adoption application, a vet check, screening, in person meeting, a home visit and a lifetime adoption contract. NWIPR is the pet's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home for the dog's general and unique needs, therefore adoptions are not done on a first come first serve basis. We reserve the right to refuse service and adoption for any reason.
PLEASE NOTE: The information contained within this pet's biography is based on observations from the current foster home. NWIPR is very honest about the pet's behavior and needs (and provides up to date information), we cannot guarantee they will behave in the same manner in a different environment with new owners as individual household dynamics vary greatly.
CONSIDER FOSTERING A DOG
***Do you or someone you know have the desire to help a rescue dog? If you have a loving heart, dog experience, a safe and secure yard and the notion to make a difference, please consider fostering a rescue dog. There are MANY dogs that we just do not have room for and just one person can make a world of difference to a dog that needs a safe place to rest his or her weary paws.....***
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