ID Number: 6788
Breed: Chihuahua / Mixed (medium coat)
Age: 4 Years 7 Months (Birthdate: 10/15/2018)
Size: 19.4 lbs. (Small)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
Dog Friendly: Yes
Adoption Fee: $250
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Size: ~Small, range: Up to 25 lbs
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Utah is a pretty princess looking for a loving home!
Foster Home Feedback
4/29/2023 Foster Feedback:
Utah is initially a quiet and shy dog, but very quickly warms up to people! After settling in she wants to walk with you, lay with you, stare at you, etc… We have been letting her sleep in bed with us and she has been great at snuggling in and staying put the entire night.
Utah is slightly overweight and enjoys walking around and exploring smells outside. I think with regular outdoor time and correctly portioned meals she will be trim in no time!
We currently have several resident dogs, cats, chickens and a goat that Utah has had the opportunity to meet. She will let dogs know if they are too close, but has ended up playing with all of ours at this point! She has periodically chased our cats, but does not seem to be aggressive, just excited when they all get the zoomies. She has decided that chickens are boring, but has attempted to chase the goat many times (which he does not appreciate).
Utah enjoys car rides and doing anything with people she trusts. I think an ideal home for her could include other dogs who are willing to respect boundaries, perhaps no small children as Utah could possibly nip when she becomes scared (we have yet to see this directed towards a human), and people who are willing to share a small area of their bed during the night.