Pekingese Mix Dog For Adoption in CHANDLER, AZ, USA
Simon is a Peekachu boy...A blend of Pekingese, Chihuahua and Terrier.
He came to us with his sister Shannon, who has since been adopted..
Simon appears to have been through some type of training, but we are not sure what kind. He shadows his Foster everywhere she goes (even in the bathroom).
A very loyal boy, who may be the best fit for a service dog and a single persons dog. Maybe emotional support boy?
He want to be right by his owner at all times.
He was neutered and he weighs in at 18.6 lbs.
He does fine with other dogs, but Simon would prefer to be the one and only canine and in a quiet home.
Great walking partner and car passenger.
He just ignores the cats in the foster home.
He is 1.5 yrs old, and is one of the cutest boys you will encounter.
House trained, neutered and up to date on shots along with micro-chipped.
Simon would not be a candidate for anyone with small kids
that would run up to him and startle him.
We prefer that he goes to a single person that
can enjoy his funny personality, loving and sweetness.
Simon's adoption fee is $250.00
If you are interested in Simon, PLEASE complete a application.
Most everything we know about our dogs is in the bio..so please read it so you know what the dog is like and if it will fit your life style.
Once an application is recieved, it will go in that dogs file for review.
IF you are chose for Simon, you will get a call for him and will have
3 hours to respond (if we get your answering machine)
before we go to the next person of interest.
*The ONLY way to be considered is with an application which is on our website:
Click on the picture and scroll all the way to the bottom of the following page.
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