Ginger Rogers & Frederick Jr.

Ginger Rogers & Frederick Jr.

#11980,11981
Chihuahua; Terrier/Chihuahua
Female; Male
6 lbs (small); 8 lbs (small)
Est. age: 10 yrs; 8 yrs
Status: Available

Ginger Rogers & Frederick Jr. are strongly bonded, so we want to adopt them out together.

Here’s the thing. Frederick Jr. and Ginger Rogers, a pair of legendary ballroom dancers on the canine circuit, are available for adoption, but we’re going to need a note from your doctor. Their cuteness as individuals is breathtaking. Taken together, this bonded duo can be adorable to the point of temporary paralysis and shortness of breath. It isn’t just the matched short-legged fingerling physiques and sublime ears. Despite their retirement, they continue to stay in graceful step, bewitching dogs and humans alike with lap mambos, synchronized napping and spontaneous tap routines. In other words, their enchantment knows no bounds. But we say, go ahead! Check your heart rate, gather your strength and visit. It’s worth a quick case of the vapors.

Here’s some notes from their foster:

Ginger Rogers and Frederick jr. are the most bonded, bonded pair I’ve fostered!

They both love each other fiercely, but have a tendency to be protective of each other around new dogs, people and situations. Once they’re comfortable they let their guards down for the most part.

Ginger and Fred really enjoy going on long walks, multiple times a day- sometimes I wonder if they actually are seniors? They’re very playful, chase squeaky toys, eat well, sleep through the night, house broken and have super fun personalities to be around.I think they’d do well living in a home with or without other dogs- Fred is the needier of the two and will work harder for your attention if he feels he’s not getting enough.

They have lots of love to give and are ready to experience new adventures at their forever home.

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