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I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Thor was surrendered by his owner in April. She had to give him up because she had a new baby who Thor just hated. Thor is your typical Chihuahua of only 3 years who is a cream color. When I first picked Thor up from his original owner he was very scared but allowed me to hold him. He has only ever lived with the 1 owner and doesn’t even want to warm up to her husband if she is holding him. He will sit in his lap if she is not around though. Its been about the same having him in foster care. He took a little bit to warm up to my husband and I, but he is very food oriented so we cheated a little. He is such a nice guy once he gets to know you and trust you. He is very snuggly and loves attention. He loves car rides and walks and just being with his person. He plays great with the other dogs but still won’t share a lap with one. Thor would be great with maybe a single person or a couple who does not have over a bunch of people all the time. It throws him all off whenever I have guests and he just barks. He will take an understanding of the Chihuahua mentality for his owner. He just wants a nice lap to lay in and a nice companion. If you are interested in hearing more on Thor please call Jen #623-210-6578 or email email@example.com
All of our dogs are spay/neutered, up to date on shots and microchiped. For adoptions every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Saturday at Petsmart Desert Ridge 21001 North Tatum from Noon-4. Pet Choice Market every Saturday and Sunday from 11-4pm on 67th Ave/101 Freeway (Next to Aj's Fine Foods) We also have pets for adoption the 2nd Saturday of the month at Starbucks on 39th Ave/Pinnacle Peak from 8-noon.
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