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Female, 3 yrs 5 mos
Orlando, FL
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Meet Juliet! This 3-year-old Chihuahua blend weighs 11 lbs. Juliet is looking for a dog-savvy human who can provide her with love, stability, and, of course, lots of snuggles. General Behavior: Juliet, while timid at first, is a true snuggle bug once she has determined you to be her "person". She is wary of strangers and needs time to trust that you are a friend, not a foe. She can often be found happily sitting in her human's lap, watching the newest sitcom while getting those highly sought-after ear scratches. Likes & Dislikes: Juliet loves the outdoors! She enjoys chasing lizards in the backyard and going for walks. Juliet likes things to be calm and laid-back in her life. She is not a fan of big changes, frequent visitors, or visiting dogs as they give her anxiety. As long as Juliet has her person and snuggles, she is happy. Training: This adorable girl has been working hard on her training in her foster home. She has good leash-walking skills and is a polite passenger in the car. She is still working on her social skills and general basic manners. She will require a family that can commit to continuing the training she has started in her foster home. Medical: Juliet is a healthy gal! She does take daily medication to manage her general anxiety. The cost of this is approximately $8 per month. Aside from this, she requires her monthly heartworm and flea preventative, like any other pooch. Other Animals: Juliet will require a home with no other animals. She prefers to have her humans to herself. Children: A home with no children is required for Juliet. Home: A single-family home or dog-friendly apartment living would be just fine for this beautiful pup! She requires a calm and laid-back home without frequent visitors and a dog-savvy, snuggle-loving human. Grooming: As a short-haired pup, Juliet does not require any frequent trips to the groomer. She just needs her regular baths and nail trims. Overall: Juliet is sure to thrive in a calm and loving home with a human who loves her just as much as she loves them! Are you the one for Juliet? Visit our website where you will find the application to adopt. You’ll be put in contact with her foster family for more information if it’s a potential match. She is up to date on vaccines, microchipped, spayed, and heartworm negative. Her adoption donation is $300. ##1938332##
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Rat Terrier Chihuahua

Male, 2 yrs 1 mo
Orlando, FL
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Meet Norman!  This chihuahua/terrier is 2 years old and weighs 19 lbs.  Norman is a playful ball of energy just waiting to share his life with you! General Behavior: Norman is a sweet, affectionate and very loving boy. Likes & Dislikes: Norman loves to snuggle and likes to play with people and other pups. Training: Norman is good on car rides and has good basic manners.  He could use a little more practice on his leash walking. His previous owner described him as “incredibly intelligible”, so that will be a great benefit for any additional training. Medical:  Norman is a healthy guy and will just need his monthly heartworm and flea prevention. Other Animals: Norman does great with other playful dogs, so a house with another furry friend would be needed for Norman.  He has not been tested around cats, but his foster feels he may do better in a home without them. Children: Norman would be best suited in a home with older children (8 +) and teens. Home: Norman can be a little mischievous and has run out of doors when opened.  For that reason, special attention will be required.  So far, he has only been left alone in a secure area of the house for a few hours.  At night, he enjoys crashing in the “big people bed”.  Without another pup, he becomes anxious and howls, so another playful pup would lessen any anxiety.  He would also benefit from a new owner who is home more often than not. Grooming: No special grooming is needed for Norman other than routine bathing and nail trims. Overall: Norman would be a great addition if you have another pup for him to play with and are looking for a sweet boy to share your love with.  Interested in adopting Norman? Please visit our website, where you will find the application to adopt. Norman’s adoption donation is $350. ##2060294##
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Male, Senior
Orlando, FL
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Meet Simba! This 9-lb Chihuahua blend is 11 years old. This little guy is so laid back, "Hakuna Matata" is definitely his catchphrase. Simba just can’t wait to be king… of a forever family’s hearts! General Behavior:  Simba is an active and curious fellow. According to his foster, he is the perfect chihuahua for people who don't like Chihuahuas: he is calm, inquisitive, and eager to greet new people and dogs while outside. During the day, Simba prefers to know where you are, but he's not a clingy guy. He will follow you around, but once he gets to know the routine, he's content to be in the same room. Likes & Dislikes: Simba enjoys long walks and meeting dogs and people of all sizes. After a stroll, he likes to snooze. Expect a tiny snore, not a roar. Night or day, blankets are a must for burrowing! Training: Simba is a good boy! He is housetrained if let out regularly, he walks well on a leash, is well-behaved in the car, and generally has good basic manners. Medical: Simba is a healthy boy! He just needs his monthly flea and heartworm preventatives, like any dog. Other Animals: Simba needs to be the only dog in his home. He is, however, good with cats! Children: This chill Chihuahua is good with children of all ages. Home: Simba needs a home without stairs or with someone who can carry him. Right now, he needs to be carried up and down regular stairs, but can descend 4" stairs without difficulty. Other than that, he would fit into most any type of home. He doesn’t bark much, although this little lion gets sad when you leave: he will bark, but he settles down and should be fine in an apartment or condo. Grooming: As a short-haired dog, Simba won’t need much elaborate grooming. He sheds mildly. Overall: Simba will make a wonderful companion for someone who can take him on walks, give him lots of blankets to burrow into, and love him forever. Can you feel the love for Simba? Are you ready to welcome Simba into the circle of your life? Then visit our website where you will find the application to adopt. You’ll be put in contact with his foster family if it’s a potential match. He is up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped, and neutered, and he has just had his teeth cleaned. His adoption donation is $225. ##2008942##

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