Chiquita â 26722 & Pequena - 26723
Listed August 24, 2017
Age: 7 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: Less than 10 lbs.
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DescriptionChihuahua "short coat"
This animal is available at the Napa County Shelter
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT NORTH BAY
Chiquita – 26722 & Pequena - 26723
Date In: 08/15/2017
Age: Chiquita is 12 Years Pequena is 11 years
Hiya! I'm Chiquita, which is a Spanish word meaning little girl. I'm about 12 pounds. I am shy at first and take a little time to warm up to new people. Once I know you, I really love you and will greet you with excitement. Sometimes to show my affection, I will present my favorite person with a toy or a treat. I LOVE to go for walks and I'm very easy to walk on leash. I prance around quickly and have no trouble keeping up, despite my short legs. I am housetrained. I get along with other little dogs. I am a member of the small dog playgroups.
Chiquita shares a kennel with her sister, Pequena which means little in Spanish. As my name suggests, I am the smaller one between me and my sister Chiquita. I am the more outgoing one too. I'm a friendly and tolerant lady. I also love treats. I'm easy to take for a walk but truth be told, sometimes I only like to walk a little way. Then, I'm happy to be held or put in your jacket and carried the rest of the way. I'm generally a quiet gal in my kennel and love to bury myself under the blankets so I'm warm and snuggly. I get along with other dogs and share a kennel with my sister, Chiquita. I am house trained.
I hope you will come pick Chiquita and Pequena!
The Napa County Shelter
942 Hartle Court
Napa, CA 94558
Main Phone: 707-253-4382
Main Fax: 707-253-6191
Kelly Tracey, Shelter Supervisor
Adoption Fee Details
Adoption fee $150.00 We require an adoption application, a home check and have an adoption contract if the adoption is approved.
The adoption fees you pay help us defray costs we incur when pulling dogs from shelters. We are charged by the shelters the same as you would be charged. The others costs we incur include spay & neuter fees and other miscellaneous medical expenses. We must also pay for the cost of advertising the dogs in order to find new homes, transporting animals, phone bills in responding to potential adopters (many of which are long distance calls), and food and supplements for the dogs.
All of the money you donate is used toward dog rescue. Our volunteers receive no pay. Usually, the amount requested for a particular dog does not even cover the cost of having rescued that dog.