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In shelter Dog

Bridgeton, MO, 63044
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Hi, I’m Blaster. I’m a very handsome red long-haired Chihuahua weighing 10 lbs, and I must say that in all of my 12 years I’ve become quite a flexible senior gentleman. I can head out to do my business in the morning, then check in for breakfast, and then nap on the sofa or the dog bed. If you’d like to run errands, I’m your man. I love to ride in the car and be the best little companion you’ve ever seen. I’m very loving and hope to spend some time just cuddling with my new family.  I’ve discovered that I would do best living with another older dog, so we can take turns checking on each other, laying out in the sun, and maybe fussing over the bully sticks. I’ve been sleeping in a large crate at night, but I think I’d love to sleep in the big bed if given the chance. I’m working on potty training … let’s say I’m a work in progress. I do have chronic dry eye which requires daily medication for the rest of my life. I’m up to date on all my shots,  heartworm negative, on heartworm and flea preventative, neutered, microchipped, de-wormed, and had a dental. Blaster’s adoption fee is $250. Out of state adopters are responsible for arranging transport. WE DO NOT SHIP DOGS. If youre looking for a very sweet and lovable little guy to join your family, please fill out an application on AAP’s website.


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