Chihuahua, Cairn Terrier, Mixed
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Hi, my name is JULIE and I would love to meet you. I am a Spayed Female Chihuahua - Long Haired and Cairn Terrier. The shelter staff think I am about 4 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jul 08, 2021.Meet Julie! This little lady came in because her owners were no longer able to care for her.Personality: Julie is a friendly girl, and likes attention, but isn`t a fan of handling. She would prefer to be more of a companion than a cuddle-buddy.History: Her history with other pets is unknown, so we always suggest slow & careful introductions!Energy levels: This little lady will need daily exercise to keep her happy & healthy.Ideal home: Julie is not fit for apartment-style living, and would prefer a home with a fenced yard, so she can run free and enjoy the fresh air. She is not appropriate for off-leash activities/dog parks. She will be happy in her little oasis at home.Ideal Family: Because of her previous history, she will need an ADULT only home and is not appropriate to be around children. She will need a family who will respect her space and who are willing to work with her handling issues. Is this little spitfire the one for you? Come down and meet her today!


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