How handsome is Huda? He has come so far since he has been here. We rescued him from a county shelter where he was labeled “Rescue Only,” meaning a rescue had to pull him from the shelter. He is happy to see everyone, enjoys his walks, gets along great with all the other littles, and would love nothing more than to finally have a home of his very own. You can see how far he has come by seeing his updates on our Instagram page which is @thebrittanyfoundation / click #brittanyshuda. You can see his story below from the shelter. Because we require visits here to our rescue and in person home checks, adoptions are limited to the Los Angeles, CA area.
Huda #a5254748 is an eight year old 14 lb long hair chihuahua mix whose life was turned upside down when his owner sadly died a year ago. He went to live with his owner’s elderly mother but she became ill and was unable care for him anymore. Huda was then given to a friend who became homeless and DACC ended up picking Huda up where he was left abandoned in a house. By this point, Huda was so terrified and confused that he bit the officer who went to retrieve him. Huda is now rescue only with waiver because of the bite.
This poor baby is terrified in his kennel at the shelter. But when he had his medical exam it was noted that he was “very shy and nervous, did not growl or try to bite or resist exam, nice dog, go slowly and easily handled during exam”.
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