Breeds:
Chihuahua, Dachshund, Mixed
Colors:
Fawn
Lost or found date:
05/01/2021
Pet name:
Vern
Gender:
Male
Size:
Small
Age:
Senior
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Vern is an adult little boy about 21 lbs. Lives with another dog. Paperwork says they are  Chiweenies. Not bonded to Dudley who is also a Chiweenie but 24 lbs. They love attention and jump on your lap to cuddle.  Perfect for a retired person looking for a companion.  Vern is a lovely 6 to 7 yrs. old, male Chihuahua mix who was found as a stray along with Dudley. They do not need to go home together unless you would like them to! One look into Vern's eyes and you will love him! He is a sweet lap dog who is housebroken, good on a leash, and has no toy, treat, or food issues. He loves to go for walks or car rides and promises to be a wonderful companion. Best in a home with gentle, mellow dogs and older kids dues to his age and size. Oh, he loves car rides, too! Please give this sweet, expressive, smart boy a loving forever home by applying to adopt Vern at  rescueridge.com  and if your application is a possible match a volunteer will get back to you shortly. No inquiries, please, without an application. Please text us at 732 546 8805 once you apply to let us know that you did.      

Location


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