Mister

Mister

#9876
Chihuahua
Male
8 lbs (small)
Status: Adopted for hospice care

He may be an oldie, but he sure is a goody. He might not be able to break dance, but he can sure has one heck of a prance. He doesn’t have the biggest bark, but this Chi Chi will most definitely steal your heart. Mister is always happy and full of spunk, his favorite music to groove to is sometimes funk and other times punk. His extra large ears stay on high alert, just in case you need some extra lovin if your feelings get hurt. He promises to always be a good boy, as long as you get him an occasional toy. This guy is ready to be your new best friend, and will stay by your side until the very end!

-Mister would do well in a home with other dogs

-Mister would do great in a home with children

-Mister is house trained (outdoor and pee pad trained)

-Mister loves walks and is easy to walk

Here’s some notes from his foster:

Mister may be small but he has a big heart. Don’t let his initial shy demeanor fool you – he’s quite a peppy gentleman! Mister loves to make new friends with other dogs and never misses an opportunity to introduce himself. He’s truly a “good boy” in every sense and is quite the mellow fellow.

He’s a cuddle bug and would be a great companion for someone looking for an easy-going and low-maintenance pup – he doesn’t ask for much but will want to follow you around the house to make sure everything’s in order.

Mister’s favorite pastimes includes visits with other pups, short walks, cuddles and he LOVES music (favorites includes soft jazz and norah jones) as well as TV which we’ve noticed he likes to have on in the background as the sound is comforting to him.

He is happy to eat anything and gulfs down all his medications, and he has an accurate belly clock for sure-he will whine for food exactly at dinner time.

He is crate trained-started sleeping there without me ever asking him to since the first night-and potty trained as well. If you have peepads outside the crate, he will know to do his business there and not in the crate!

After being diagnosed with a terminal illness, Mister is living life to the fullest in our Hospice Program, under which one of our special hospice families has provided him with a loving home and the very best possible end-of-life care. Please wish Mister well!

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