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Male Senior Chihuahua (mixed)

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About Kaipo

Meet Kaipo. His name means “the sweetheart” in Hawaiian and that’s just what he is. This tiny, senior gentleman was a victim of a horrible act. Someone decided to pour melted plastic on his head which burned through all the layers on his skull, exposing bone and damaging his eyesight (*but he can still see). We were able to get him transported from Mexico to United States and directly into surgery to have that hole closed and have a much-needed dental done. Unfortunately, due to the rough beginning he had, this little dude doesn’t have any teeth left but that doesn’t stop him at all. Nothing stops him.  He is loving his new life here in Los Angeles and his 2 foster siblings. His hair is growing back, he has pep in his step and he never lost his trust in humans- he craves attention, Kaipo loves all dogs but wants to be the center of attention, he loves all humans, is house trained and is a sweet, easy-going guy. We think he is about about eight- nine years old and weighs roughly 10 pounds. He would make a perfect addition for anyone that wants to give a very special dog a second chance. He loves attention, loves to play with his toys, would love to sit on your lap and snuggle and loves his walks.  After all he has been through he never lost his spirit.   Please adding consider Kaipo to your family.



4 years, 5 months
Pet Has Special Needs
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

Love Leo Rescue

Los Angeles CA 90025

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