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Little Bit   

In shelter Dog

Moore, OK, 73160
Pet name:
Little Bit
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Coat length:
Little But came to us after being dumped on a rural street corner with two other small dogs from the same household. She loves being part of a pack of two or more dogs, this is where her confidence comes from, so someone with two to four other small dogs would be IDEAL. 

She likely suffered some type of abuse or neglect prior to coming to us, and is VERY shy of being held, and she may ALWAYS be shy in that way, so if you are looking for a snuggly dog, she is not it. Kids would make her very scared. That doesn’t stop her from running with the pack and approaching for chin scratches and treats. If you have food, she’s your BEST FRIEND. 

Someone with chihuahua experience and again, a small pack for her to be a part of would be PERFECT for her.  She is perfectly potty trained as well, but sometimes, like a lot of chihuahuas has nervous tinkles, lol!

We require all of our dogs be kept up to date on vaccines, and monthly heart worm prevention.  We do not believe in “outside dogs”.  We rescue so that they can be a part of a family INSIDE the home. Outside time should ALWAYS be supervised and closely monitored.


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