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Timmy

Male Adult Chihuahua

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About Timmy

Adoption Fee: $545

Timmy is a neutered male chihuahua mix, about 4-5 years old. he is a sweet lap dog, whom one day was dumped at the shelter with no warning, and due to no fault of his own. Him and his sibling (not realted), were dropped off at Animal control, with no reason other than they couldnt care for them any longer. Timmy, lost everything he knew that day, his family, his home, his sibling, his friends. His whole life flipped upside down. He eagerly awaited his owners to come back and pick him up, but after a day or 2 he began to realize they were not coming back for him.

Sad, lonely and confused, he cried, and cried. The volunteers felt so bad for him, and sent his information to the rescue and asked if we could help this poor boy. We took him into the rescue, and placed him in a TN foster home, where his foster instantly fell in love with his sweet personality. And Timmy, was ecstatic to be out of the scary, noisey shelter. He was so happy to be back in a home setting, to have a lap to curl up on, and friends to play with. 

Timmy is good with all people, other dogs, and cats. He is a sweet guy who just wants a family of his own and to be loved again, and a warm lap to nap on. He is house broken, and crate trained, but prefers a dog bed, your bed or your lap. 

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Details

Name
Timmy
Age
4 years, 9 months
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Primary Color
Tan
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

Paws Rescue League

Bristol CT 06010

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