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In shelter Dog

Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, Un...
Pet name:
Chihuahua, Mixed
Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Coat length:
D.O.G (DeeOhGee) is a 4-5 year old chihuahua.  DeeOhGee takes time to warm up to people and will bark and can be a bite risk until he gets to know you, then he's your best friend. He gets along with the other small dogs like him although he likes to be the boss (who doesn't?)  He does have a calmer energy than most other dogs so he will let them know when he doesn't appreciate their playful enthusiasm around him. He loves to hang with his human. He would do good with a doggie sibling about his size, but would prefer to be the only dog. He takes time to warm up to a person initially.l; Deeohgee loves treats and will be your friend really quick as long as your feeding him treats..  He is protective of his space so it's important his owner do proper introductions to new people and animals. He can be very protective of his humans also so slow introductions are a must

DeeOhGee  has been waiting a long time for his furever loving home. If you feel you can handle DeeOhGee and can give him a furever home please feel free to contact Chi Town Rescue at 602-526-0842 or email to set up a meet & greet

Chi Town Rescue



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