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Male Young Chihuahua

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About Tanner

Adoption Fee: $325

Tanner is a 1-year-old, 10lb, possibly Pomchi(Pomeranian-chihuahua mix), neutered male.  Tanner is not a fan of men.  We are not sure what happened before joining the rescue, but he does not like men.  He is good-natured, playful, spunky, alert, and affectionate. He is crate, leash, and house trained.  He loves his walks, toys, and being a loving companion. Tanner loves the outside but will need supervision to avoid escaping. He is doing well with his "stay" and "come" commands, but could benefit from some basic training. This beautiful boy is going to make someone a wonderful addition to their family.

If you are interested in adopting Tanner, please visit and submit an adoption application. You will also find our adoption policy on that page.



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