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Minnie and Daisy   

In shelter Dog

Denver, CO, 80224
Pet name:
Minnie and Daisy
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Chihuahua
Date:
06/01/2021
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
This bonded pair of Chi girls is looking for a home together. Minnie (5)and Daisy (9) were surrendered by their owners kids when the owner passed away. They will need a little time to adjust to a new environment but they just want someone who is home often, will let them sleep snuggled close on the big bed, and shower them with the love they deserve. Daisy has a luxating patella but gets around fine. The ortho vet said that surgery will not correct the problem. Both are healthy and just had dentals and are even more smoochable. They weigh 5-6 pounds each and dont really enjoy cats or kids. They are super sweet and follow each other around, like to burrow under blankets to sleep, and want to be held and be in your lap every chance they get. Minnie can be a little barky at men-she lets them feed and pet her though, but theyll need a female caregiver in the home. They seem fine with their foster dog siblings but might be nippy with an overzealous pup so would be best with an older lower key dog in the home if at all. They do bark some, so a home with fenced in area and no apartments would be best. Potty training is going very well, but they like their person to accompany them outdoors to potty if its cold or wet. If interested in meeting these girls, and you meet the requirements above, complete our application at https://www.corgisandfriends.com/forms as the first step. We require the application, home and reference check and meet with everyone in the home. The adoption fee for the pair is $495 and we are not doing any out of state adoptions. 9/26/22 5:15 PM

Location


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