Noah is an adorable 6 lb. Chihuahua mix; he is 7 to 8 years old, has been neutered, vaccinations are current, as well as microchipped, de-wormed and Frontlined, he also recently had a dental. Noah has a cute personality and sometimes looks like he is smiling at you. This handsome and regal looking boy is a happy little guy, he loves to be held and snuggled. Did I say he LOVES to be held? He loves to go for walks and is leash trained. Noah is a very sweet little boy, loving, affectionate and playful. He gets along very well with other dogs and cats, although he would love to have his own human. He loves going for rides in the car and eating MacDonald’s or In and Out Burger Burger for very special occasions. He would like someone who has plenty of lap time to share with this little cuddle bug. He would enjoy nothing more than to go for a couple daily short walks, sit on your lap and go for car rides. Noah went through Therapy dogs training and did very well at the facilities. If you wanted him for a therapy dog for visiting you would need to take him through observations yourself. He is housetrained to a doggie door. Noah loves to sleep in his humans bed and he must be allowed to do that J according to his foster mom. He will be a great little companion for a retired family or person that will dote on him.
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