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My name is Zita!
Facts about Zita
- Breed: Chihuahua Mix
- Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
- Age: Puppy
- Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
- Sex: Female
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hi everyone, my name is Zita! If you are looking for the perfect mix of a sweet but playful puppy, then I am your girl! I am a lot smaller than I look in my pictures…my foster mom can fit me in her purse . If I could cuddle on my foster mom’s lap all day, I would…that’s the best place to curl up and get lots of pets, and it’s easy access for giving kisses too! That being said, I am a very adventurous puppy when we go outside for walks and like to explore everything. And when I get in my playful mode, I love playing with my tennis ball (yes it can surprisingly fit in my mouth) and also "digging" myself a cozy spot in my blanket. I love meeting new people and I’m always ready to play and wag my tail when I meet another dog. I already know how to sit for a treat, and am working on my potty training too. I never make a mess in my crate and will sleep through the whole night! My foster mom says I am the sweetest puppy she has met and everyone that meets me says the same. I am wagging my tail just thinking about finding my forever family, and I hope I get to meet you soon!
My adoption fee is $450, which includes all vaccinations, alteration, and microchip! Please visit www.goodkarmamn.org to fill out an adoption application.
Once you fill out our adoption application, an awesome representative of Good Karma will contact you to answer any questions you may have and set up a time for you to meet your new pet! Good Karma Animal Rescue’s approval process includes conducting a home visit before adopters take their new pet home.
Note on breed determination: Good Karma Animal Rescue of MN bases our breed determination on appearance, our own knowledge, and/or information from the sending shelters or previous owners. Because most of our adoptable dogs were previously in shelters, we can’t be 100% sure of a dog’s breed mix.