Hi everyone! My name is Baby Girl, and you guessed it… I am a baby girl, really a puppy, but thats my name until someone chooses something more original! I am a 5-month-old, 8 lb Chihuahua and Terrier mix puppy and I am looking to find a forever home. My start in Texas has not been so great. I came from a home with too many dogs and puppies so the people reached out to 4 Little Paws Rescue for some help. Now I am dreaming about my future and who I will be falling in love with, and what other doggies I get to play with. I am a sweet girl and I love everyone. I am playful and happy and loveable. And obviously, I am adorable! I am learning about leash walking and housebreaking and off to a great start! I will be moving to Connecticut this week, so pack your bags (with doggy toys) and get ready to snuggle me in your arms, introduce me to the family and we can live happily ever after!
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* We receive an overwhelming amount of applications. If we do not respond immediately, it does not mean your application or inquiry is denied. The dog you have applied for may already be adopted or in the process of being adopted. We encourage you to email us your #1, #2, and #3 choice, and we will be happy to help you find a pup to complete your family! Also, please continue watching our listings as we post new dogs multiple times a week. There is no need to fill out another application, just let us know what other dogs you are interested in as they come up.
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