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My name is Nina!
Facts about Nina
- Breed: Chihuahua Mix
- Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
- 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! I'm Nina. Don't let these picture fool you but I'm just a little pup! Everyone that meets me always brings up my size. But size isn't everything because I bring so much more to the table. I love to play, cuddle, and give kisses! I'm doing a great job at potty training but this tiny little body can't hold much so I go all the time. I'm able to hold it through the night in my crate though. Speaking of my crate, I love going in there at night. I go right to sleep with no crying! In the morning I will let you know when I have to use the potty. I love playing with the neighbors dogs and puppies. It can take me a few minutes to warm up but after that I'm ready to go. I pretend like I'm the same size as them but they all have at least 15 pounds on me. I'm defiantly a people dog because I don't like leaving my foster parents side. If they are on the couch I have to be with them! I love cuddling and sleeping on their laps at all times of the day. When they come home from being out I just want to give them thousands of kisses. If you meet me you will fall in love!
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.