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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Buffalo, NY, 14203
Pet name:
pet id 51106216

Javier is a 4-6 year old chihuahua who came to the shelter as a stray and was never claimed. This little dude was in pretty rough shape, when he first arrived in our care, covered in skin infections that left him almost cherry red; itchy and uncomfortable.  With some medication and special baths, Javier is starting to feel and look a lot better!  This little fellow is pretty easy going and sweet! Javier likes to go for walks, but is fairly calm, and happy to cuddle next to his people. He shows some signs of being housebroken and seems to have a pretty easy going personality. He has been around other small dogs and does fine, but isnt particularly playful.  Come check out this pint sized cutie today! 

If you would like to meet any of the adoptable dogs, please fill out an application online (if you are not already pre-approved) , call the shelter, and leave a message with your name and phone number and the dog youre interested in. Have patience, and they will call you back when they can. From there, a time will be scheduled for you to come and meet the dog. Please be patient, and remember they are very short staffed at the moment.
City of Buffalo Animal Shelter (716) 851-5694


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