When People See Me They Often Exclaim What A Pretty Dog I Am

Saturday February 23rd, 2019

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Written by Second Chance Animal Rescue:

Crissy

Breed: Long-haired Chihuahua Mix
DOB: August 1, 2017
Weight: 10 lbs
Sex: Female
Energy Level: high energy

Requirements:
-fully secured fenced yard (no electric fence)
-no apartments
-another dog in the home

Pup-sonality:
Hello World, it’s me Crissy! When people see me they often exclaim what a pretty dog I am, and their 100% right on that one. I am quite gorgeous, but I want to let you know I am more than a pretty face. I am a dog with a good brain in her noggin. My foster family speaks very highly of me, and told me to come here to see if my forever family could come find me. I am a sweet little girl who had a rocky start in life, but I am hoping the right family will come along and help me grow up to be the best dog I can be! I am a super good girl, I am crate trained for short periods and I am not disruptive at night sleeping in my human’s bed with them. I am generally good with other dogs, but sometimes need guidance on sharing my food and toys. I love to give kisses and follow my people around with my big adoring eyes. I have been observed to be a “big suck” and can’t get enough of the love I am given, I will lick your face as much as I can get away with. Sometimes I need redirection with some playful nipping and my excited jumping, but I am hoping my forever family will work with me on that. I don’t always let you know when I have to go outside, but if you take me out regularly, I am more than happy to do my business in the grass. I am very smart and highly trainable, I just need a patient loving family to help me learn and grow. I am also a music fan, Ludacris being one of my favourites! I am a sweet and happy girl who just can’t wait to find her forever family.

Medical Note:
Crissy had a 4dx test when she came to Canada in 2018 and it tested extremely light, (meaning that she had just been exposed to a mosquito right before her previous test in the US, which tested negative). SCAR started Crissy on the slow kill method and will be retested this spring and we do not expect this to hinder her health in any way in the future. Crissy has done amazing throughout her treatment and it has not slowed her down one bit!

***She will be required to be on heart-worm prevention year round so that she does not get reinfected.***

Apply to adopt Crissy today at: https://secondchanceanimalrescuewe.wordpress.com/adoptdog/

You can meet Crissy at Second Chance Animal Rescue’s Adoption Event on Saturday, March 2 at Pet Valu Roundhouse (3155 Howard Avenue, Windsor) between 11:00am-2:00pm.

Visit Second Chance Animal Rescue’s website to find more information on how to adopt a pet!

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