I am already neutered, purebred, and up to date with shots.
This dog, 2 year old Nina, along with several others, was recently rescued from a puppy mill situation. Adopting a puppy mill dog is not like adopting any other dog you typically find at a shelter or rescue. They lived in crates, are not socialized to humans, and take a lot of time to rehabilitate. They are not the type of dog that everyone should adopt, but for those who are willing to have patience, perseverance, dedication, training, a gentle hand and voice, and time, a puppy mill dog can be a very rewarding experience. If you have children in your family they should be at least 12 years of age.
The following link gives invaluable information on puppy mill dogs and what to expect if you choose to adopt.
From what FAPL staff and volunteers have seen thus far these Chihuahuas have very sweet temperaments. If you are you up to the challenge of introducing them to the world and showing them what it's like to be love and cared for, please visit FAPL and speak to Greg Willey, Director or a staff member.