Chihuahua Male, 8 years old, 9 pounds Boo Boo is a very polite little gentleman but is also anxious, being unsure and lacking confidence. He comes out of his shell with people and can bond very strongly, but remains easy to startle and confuse. He really needs a quiet home where his person is home throughout the day with him. He needs a home without children and would do best with a retired person. Coming and going or an active home puts him on edge. He gets along well with other dogs, really enjoys attention and has a tendency to climb up onto your shoulder so he can see as much as possible. He prefers to perch like a parrot. He has a gentle smile but gets very camera shy. Boo Boo is very adorable when you meet him in person! Boo Boo Chi is a cuddle-bug and enjoys comfy couch lounging. He is good on leash but prefers walking in calm areas as he will growl at anything that stresses him. He can live with or without another dog but his confidence does seem much better around other dogs. He becomes protective of his food at dinner time and a routine and safe procedure will be great for him to trust the hand that feeds. Boo Boo came to us because his senior guardian moved into an assisted living facility. He was adopted and loved dearly, but their living situation was too active for Boo Boo Chi and it was realized that a quieter home would be better for him.
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