Dogs Available for Adoption

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Frankie – “we are no longer accepting applications”!

Age: 1 year
Breed: Chihuahua/corgi mix
Adoption fee: $500

  • UTD on vaccines
  • Spayed
  • Microchipped
  • Dewormed

Meet Frankie!

Frankie is the best dog ever, she was the best mom to her puppies and now it’s her chance to find a forever home. She loves going for walks and hikes, and then coming home and sleeping all day with her foster family.

Although she isn’t a very playful dog she does have burst of energy and will play with her foster siblings, but for the most part she will just lay back and sleep by your side all day. She would do well with an active family who can take her on daily walks. She is used to cats and dogs, she’ll be better suited with older children or a home with adults only.

Frankie is a very smart dog and eager to please, she is very quiet and does not bark much or at all so she could live in an apartment or detached home. She is fully house trained.

Frankie would love a family who can provide walks and lots of love. Her little bursts of energy, mixed with her laid back personality will make her a great addition to any home.

Benny – Available!

Age: 3 years old
Breed: Chihuahua/Corgi mix
Adoption Fee: $500

  • UTD on vaccines
  • Neutered
  • Dewormed
  • Microchipped
  • 4DX tested: Negative

Meet Benny!

Benny is a 3 year old Chihuahua Corgi mix. He has been at his foster home for 3 months and has come a long way. He tends to be on the skittish side and will need an owner who is gentle and patient. It would be preferable if Benny has a fenced backyard as he likes to chase the squirrels and look at the birds. He loves human company once he has earned your trust and it would be preferable for him to be in a home without young children.

Benny is fussy eater and has been eating food prepared for him by his foster. He is good with other dogs however untested with cats. He is not crate trained however he is pee pad trained and mostly housetrained.

Benny has some anxiety and is on medication for it and has been working closely with out trainer. Benny would be best suitable for a quiet household willing to put in the work to help him thrive!

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