Pets for Re-homing

Bandit – Rehoming Pet

Description

He is extremely fearful of people in the beginning. We adopted him on January 5, 2019. According to the agency we got him from, he had been mistreated. My vet also believes he was used as a breeder and was not given much opportunity to interact with humans. He’s hand-shy and cowers, running away from you if you try to approach him. That being said, he’ has come out of his shell since we’ve had him, but only when he’s with my husband and I at home. He is a quite a character and makes us laugh a lot. He loves his squeaky toys! And he will play fetch when he’s in the mood. He absolutely Loves to be on your lap under the blanket. We love him dearly! Sadly, my husband works full time and I have numerous health issues. I’m having knee replacement surgery in May, which has lead us to this decision. He needs someone that will be very patient and understanding of him. I would NOT recommend kids or other larger dogs, as he becomes aggressive. He is NOT house broken. We have tried crate training, diapers, positive reinforcement treats to no avail. He does not understand. I have all of his records. He is on Nutro Lamb and Rice Grain-Free and has no allergies that I’ve noticed. He does eat too quickly so I purchased a special bowl so he doesn’t make himself choke.

Breed Info

  • Species: Dog
  • Breed: Chihuahua
  • Age: Adult (1 - 7 years)
  • Gender: Male
  • Size: Small

Details

  • This pet has been declawed.
  • This pet's shots are update-to-date.
  • This pet is house broken.
  • This pet has special needs.
  • This pet has been spayed/neutered.
  • This pet likes or gets along with cats.
  • This pet likes or gets along with dogs.
  • This pet likes or gets along with kids.

Contact

Name: Tina Brenneman
Email: tinalbridges@gmail.com
Phone: 863-287-6233
Location: Lake