In shelter Dog

Los Angeles, California, 91345
Terrier, Mixed
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Have you ever seen a fruit bat crossed with micro-wolf? Neither had we until Chickies came to our center. This unique little gal will surely turn heads as you walk the neighborhood (and that's pretty tough to do in LA)! If her silver fur or tiny mohawk doesn't charm you, Chickies has other ways. She'll jump into your lap with sheer joy, for one or make you laugh with her jaunty walk (it's really more like a prance). Break out some treats and Chickies will show you all her tricks, such as sit and stay. She's eager to please and would love to learn more, so Chickies would be a great training student. Fun and games aside, Chickies is also a supreme cuddle buddy. She loves to be held and will bask in your affection. So, if you're looking for a one of a kind friend, you must meet Chickies. She's got her bags packed and is ready to move her way into your heart and home today!


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