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Chihuahua Mix Dog For Adoption in Springville, NY, USA


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Date Listed: 03/11/2017
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Breed: Chihuahua Mix
Gender: Male Male


Age: Senior
Color/Markings: Black
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 03/11/2017
Location: Springville, NY, 14141
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Chihuahua Mix Dog For Adoption in Springville, NY, USA

Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats Yes
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Chihuahua / Mixed. Hey Chihuahua fans! Meet Chip, a special little senior chi mix. He loves belly rubs, going for walks, and napping by your side. Whether it's a day lounging at home or riding in the car to an adventure, he wants to be with his people! It takes a bit of time for him to trust someone, but once he does he's a wonderful, sweet, lovable, and loyal companion. Chip needs a forever home where he'll get plenty of TLC and knows he's safe and loved. Chip is around 10 years old, 11 pounds, is house trained, crate trained, excellent on a harness and leash, knows basic commands, understands many common words, and great in the car. He can learn to co-exist with other animals if they give him plenty of personal space, but he prefers the company of people. He would do best in a home without other pets, or possibly one or two other mellow pets. He loves children, but needs supervision with them (like any dog does) to ensure positive interactions. He will have to be given an affordable arthritis medication as needed. Chip is up to date on all vetting, including vaccines, de-worming, flea prevention, heart worm prevention, and is neutered. His adoption fee is $175. Apply to adopt at

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