Myrina came to us from a big hoarding case out of Tennessee, where a home with an elderly man had over 150 dogs. When his health declined and he had to be hospitalized, a wonderful organization called Guardians of Rescue came in and pulled every single dog in need and sent them to rescues. We received 5 dogs from this case. They are all very eager to love, but at the same time, some of them are scared to be loved and held at first. They will hop and play and follow you around with hearts in their eyes, but then when you go to pick them up they can shrink back in fear. Myrina was one of the most trusting and friendly from this group, we think it may be because she is a little bit older. She doesn't like to be crated and would prefer to be with her people or other dogs. Myrina as with a great number of the chihuahuas pulled from this property had some eye damage due to the ammonia poisoning that was present in the home. Her eye does seem to be clearing up some from the sheen that is over it and she is able to navigate fine. However there is a chance that her ammonia compromised eye will never be 100%.....If you are interested in meeting and/or adopting this baby, please fill out an application. They currently are fixed, up to date on shots, wormings, preventatives and are microchipped. Adoption fee is $188 ($175 Adoption Fee + $13 Lifetime Registration Fee for Microchip), applications can be filled out at this link. https://www.petstablished.com/adoption_form/10167/generic .We cannot guarantee breed or size when full grown.
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