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In shelter Dog

San Francisco, CA, 94112
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
This little nugget is Audrey. She is a 7-month-old, 11-lb Chihuahua who was found on the street with her brother Snickers. She was taken in by the neighbor of one of our fosters who had them for several months but then asked our foster to take them. Audrey is healthy and happy, friendly and sweet. She likes to play and run around like most puppies do, and she is working on pottty training because she wasnt taught that with the neighbor. She sleeps in a bed on the floor, usually with her brother. 

Audrey gets along well with dogs of different size and she is a social butterfly so if you have other dogs, she can most likely fit right into your home. You know what they say about Chihuahuas, right? Theyre kind of attention seekers? They like to be made a big deal out of - sitting in your lap, going out with you everywhere. They like to be dressed up and paraded about so they can get the adulation they feel that is their birthright. They are also snuggly little bundles of happiness with a little bit of stubborn thrown in to keep you on your toes.This one though? She has a little sass in her. Can you see it in her face? You stay on her good say, okay? 

You can find applications at this link:

She has been spayed and fully vetted. 



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