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Female Adult Chihuahua (mixed)

If you have any questions about Carolina, please contact Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC at

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

About Carolina

Meet Carolina! Carolina is a 5 years old, 13 pound Chihuahua mix. She was part of a group of dogs who were abandoned by their owners in MS when their house burned down. The dogs were taken to a bad shelter and then were pulled by rescues. Carolina was the most shy of the group. When she first entered her foster home, she wanted to hang around her foster dad but didn't trust him to pick her up yet. She slowly became more relaxed and bonded to her foster dad and would sleep snuggled up to him and the other foster dogs every night. We recommend Carolina for a home with no children, as she is a shy dog who takes time to warm up and children may be too much for her. She is such a wonderful dog that her foster dad seriously considered keeping her, but with so many foster dogs living in his home on a constant basis he felt she deserved a home with a family who could give her more one on one time and affection. Carolina is now being fostered in PA where she is comfortable after having had time to adjust and she does well with all of the other dogs in the pack. She is a lower energy dog, and given the time to adjust to another new situation, Carolina will be a lap dog and very affectionate and attentive. She is fully vetted and spayed and wants to a family who loves her forever so she can finally permanently settle in. To adopt Carolina, please apply at



Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Primary Color
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Charlie's Crusaders Pet Rescue, LLC

5534 Holly Ridge Dr Horn Lake MS 38637

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Carolina Dog

Meet Cameron:  Cameron is thought to be a Carolina Dog/Pit mix around 2 years old.  Cameron was found as a stray in a high kill shelter... show more

Meet Cameron:  Cameron is thought to be a Carolina Dog/Pit mix around 2 years old.  Cameron was found as a stray in a high kill shelter and scheduled to be euthanized when we rescued him.  Cameron's current foster learned he isn't to fond of small children or big dogs as both scared him. Cameron did get along with puppies and older children.  Cameron became very sick and was rushed off to the emergency vet. Cameron spent 11 days there recovering from what they thought was sepsis most likely related to a severe kidney infection.  Cameron was severely dehydrated, lethargic with no appetite and loosing weight.  They think Cameton might have diabetes insipidous but will know more after some more testing scheduled on January 20th. Cameron is now home with his foster family again and recovering amazingly.  Cameron is eating like a champ, playing with his toys like a puppy and has not showed any signs of aggression.  Cameron loves to go on walks, enjoys his crate and is house trained.  Cameron is learning what doggy life with a family that loves you is suppose to be like.  Once Cameron is healthy and has been cleared by the vet he will start his heart worm treatment.  While going through Heart Worm treatment. We are hoping to find a forever family that can provide him a loving and healing environment.  Cameron would do great in a home with a fenced in yard (fence required), older childreh, no cats or large dogs.  Cameron is a very sweet boy who only wants to be loved and spoiled.  If you are interested in adopting or meeting Cameron please go to our website at and fill out our adoption application.    show less