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American Hairless Terrier puppies and dogs in Hamilton, Ontario

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Scout

Chihuahua

Male, Adult
Hamilton, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Scout may be small, but he's got a big personality packed into that tiny body. He may come off as bossy with other dogs, but really, he just knows what he wants out of life. He's a bit of a lone wolf and loves to do his own thing, but that doesn't mean he won't snuggle up next to you on the couch. Scout would do best in an all adult home, where he can rule the roost and get all the attention he deserves. Come meet this boss man and see if he's the perfect addition to your family! Fill out an online application to start the adoption process.-All adult home-No other dogs in home*On a prescription urinary diet*
Special Needs
Bonded Pair
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Papa

Chihuahua

Male, 12 yrs 10 mos
Hamilton, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Mama, Papa and Baby (also known as the trio) are a bonded set of three chihuahuas and are currently in London, Ontario. They have lived together for all of Baby and Mama’s life and will need to be adopted together. Mama is an 11-12 year old 8 pound female (black and white). She has been the protector of the other two dogs and has a huge personality. She will let you know what she wants, when she wants it. Mama is a mooch and wants food and love at all times if possible. Papa is a 12-13 year old 4 pound male (grey and white). He is the sweetest thing and will just be in your lap for love the entire day if you let him. His favorite place to be is under a blanket on a bed, sometimes with the other two and sometimes not. Baby is their baby! She is an 8 year old 7 pound female (tan and white). She has a lot of anxiety and is afraid of new situations and things at first, but follows the lead of Mama or Papa. If they are comfortable and ok with the situation, then so is she. She is super loving and wants to be with you at all times. If she can’t, then she needs to be with Mama or Papa. All three LOVE walks. They are extremely good walkers and walking all three at the same time is no problem at all. They also have no teeth. Because of how small they are, this means a wet food only diet. Papa is also allergic to chicken, but their foster has found a food that can be easily found at both Petsmart and Pet Valu. Mama and Baby are mostly house trained but need a pee pad for those in between trips (or if it is raining, boooo rain). Papa is a different story though. If you let him out on a regular basis every 2-3 hours, he is fine. But he has reached that age where if he has to go, he will just go on the blankets he is laying on. So a lot of laundry is done with him around. They are great with other dogs as long as they aren’t too big and don’t force them to try to play. They do NOT like cats and will bark at them any time they get near their beds or them. They would get along with dog savvy cats that just don’t care though. They constantly bark and try to bite (with no teeth) the cats at their foster house, but the cats just ignore them. Overall the trio are amazing dogs and have come a long way since they entered foster care. They will make an amazing addition to a home with just the three of them or a pack of dogs about their size. They are being fostered in London, Ontario.
Special Needs
Bonded Pair
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Mama and Baby

Chihuahua

Female, Senior
Hamilton, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Mama, Papa and Baby (also known as the trio) are a bonded set of three chihuahuas and are currently in London, Ontario. They have lived together for all of Baby and Mama’s life and will need to be adopted together. Mama is an 11-12 year old 8 pound female (black and white). She has been the protector of the other two dogs and has a huge personality. She will let you know what she wants, when she wants it. Mama is a mooch and wants food and love at all times if possible. Papa is a 12-13 year old 4 pound male (grey and white). He is the sweetest thing and will just be in your lap for love the entire day if you let him. His favorite place to be is under a blanket on a bed, sometimes with the other two and sometimes not. Baby is their baby! She is an 8 year old 7 pound female (tan and white). She has a lot of anxiety and is afraid of new situations and things at first, but follows the lead of Mama or Papa. If they are comfortable and ok with the situation, then so is she. She is super loving and wants to be with you at all times. If she can’t, then she needs to be with Mama or Papa. All three LOVE walks. They are extremely good walkers and walking all three at the same time is no problem at all. They also have no teeth. Because of how small they are, this means a wet food only diet. Papa is also allergic to chicken, but their foster has found a food that can be easily found at both Petsmart and Pet Valu. Mama and Baby are mostly house trained but need a pee pad for those in between trips (or if it is raining, boooo rain). Papa is a different story though. If you let him out on a regular basis every 2-3 hours, he is fine. But he has reached that age where if he has to go, he will just go on the blankets he is laying on. So a lot of laundry is done with him around. They are great with other dogs as long as they aren’t too big and don’t force them to try to play. They do NOT like cats and will bark at them any time they get near their beds or them. They would get along with dog savvy cats that just don’t care though. They constantly bark and try to bite (with no teeth) the cats at their foster house, but the cats just ignore them. Overall the trio are amazing dogs and have come a long way since they entered foster care. They will make an amazing addition to a home with just the three of them or a pack of dogs about their size. They are being fostered in London, Ontario.

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