Meet the Desert Litter!
Sahara, approximately 12 weeks, female, Chihuahua mix (best guess), expected to be a small/medium breed when fully grown. Mom is about 30 lbs and a picture is included for reference. She is in a foster home in Texas and can transport to an approved adopter.
We were alerted to this family when some of the puppies were discovered seeking shelter in a drainage pipe. With the help of a group of people, we were able to capture all the puppies. Eventually mom was caught and shares the same foster home.
She is a typical puppy who loves to play with her siblings and other adult dogs in the foster home. She has not mastered potty training, but does fine when crated.
We would love to see another dog in the home to continue her socialization and dog manners. She has been around cats and kids and did great.
If you are ready for the joys and challenges of raising a puppy into adulthood- we hope you apply.
Puppies under 6 months of age are placed on a spay/neuter contract until they are old enough to be altered.
For puppies this age, someone needs to be home more than they are away as crating them for long periods of time is not conducive for their developmental needs.
*Listed BREED and AGE - We are taking our best guess & recommendations from our veterinarian on age, breed and size when fully grown. We rarely know a dogs exact age nor are we able to tell the true or full breed mix of dogs as our information is limited most of the time. ***
Interested in applying to adopt her? Fill out an adoption application at the link below!
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