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Code: BFT2022

Gidget & Tito   

In shelter Dog

Las Vegas, NV, 89134
Pet name:
Gidget & Tito
Twice the dogs equal twice the love, and that is what you will get with these two. Tito & Gidget are a sibling pair of Chihuahuas who were rescued from the city shelter. They were in danger of being put to sleep but we couldnt let that happen, they were only babies!

Were estimating that these two were born in February of 2021. Tito is the more outgoing one of the pair, and is quick to warm up to new people and animals. Gidget is the more shy of the two, and likes to observe her brother before getting close to new people. Once comfortable though they will be your shadow.

Together, they make a dynamic duo who will love you unconditionally. They are great with other dogs, and good with cats as well! They are both potty pad trained, and very smart!

They are fully vaccinated, micro-chipped, spayed/neutered and had a negative fecal exam to make sure they are free of parasites.

The adoption fee for this adorable bonded pair is $350.

If you would like to meet these two please message us. And if you cant adopt please help by sharing these two so we can get them adopted!
Second Chance Animal Rescue Las Vegas


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