Chihuahua, Mixed
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Are you looking for a small bundle of joy? Look no further, Mimi is your girl! She is four years old and only six pounds. She previously lived in a miserable environment with many unfixed dogs and was constantly pregnant. Thankfully she was rescued and delivered her last puppies in a loving foster home. Her momma duties are now complete and she is ready to live her very best life! Mimi didn’t get to be a happy go lucky pup growing up and doing normal doggie things like wrestling around with friends, taking walks with humans, or learning basic commands, so she is still very much a work in progress. Her personality is very shy and reserved. She is always cautiously watching but she wants so bad to be a part of your life and will follow you throughout the house. Her favorite nighttime activity is hopping up on the human bed or next to you on the couch and nudging your hands for attention. She loves getting pet and doesn’t want you to ever stop. Her foster siblings are teaching her a lot and she recently learned to walk on a leash which was a huge accomplishment!  Mimi needs a kind, loving, patient family to continue building on the ground work the foster family has started for her as we know the rewards will be endless. If you want this special little dog to be part of your life get your application in today! If you are interested in adopting, please visit the I.C.A.R.E. Dog Rescue website and complete an adoption application: Adoption fee includes: spay/neuter • shots up to date • micro-chip • fecal and vet check


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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