Chiweenie Dog For Adoption in VANCOUVER, WA, USA
Chaweenie ... 1 year old boy... He has the dachshund color and more chihuahua shape ... Mom is pure bred chihuahua... dad is pure bred dachshund ( weener dog)... He is up to date on all his shots with tags registered ... He is a cuddly mischievous ball of energy That will steal your heart from the moment see him... .. He learns very quickly and is completely trained to wait at the door when he needs to go out... He is active and playful and needs a family that has the time to really enjoy him...
I rescued him and his siblings when he was still a puppy and found a good home for him.
With all the animals that i rescue ... I let the new owners know that if something happens that makes it that they can not keep the animal they have adopted. .. That instead of giving them to the humane society they can return them to me and i will find them another home... Even if it is years later...
So this happened with Tubby... After they had him for a year... He loved his family dearly but they are moving to a place where they can't keep him...
He needs a new family... Come see him for yourself and you might wonder how you ever did without him
More About Chiweenie Breed
||The Chiweenie is a mix between the Chihuahua and a Dachshund. This mix makes a good pet in homes with older or no children.
||black and brown, fawn, chestnut, silver, sand, black, parti color
||The coat is short and smooth.
||The Chiweenie is energetic, affectionate and loyal to its owners.
||Chiweenies will get along with older, gentle children. They may not tolerate other dogs or animals well.
||The coat needs little care, just bathe as needed.
||The Chiweenie responds best to firm, consistent training. They may be difficult to housebreak.
||This breed needs very little exercise.
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