Pip is a 6 week old female Chihuahua Cross. Her mum Tai, arrived in rescue in the very late stages of her pregnancy. Lucky for Tai she came from a pound who cared and ensured she had a safe rescue placement to find out what was wrong with her. Luckily for Tai her massive lump turned out to be babies and not something sinister as originally suspected.
Her pups were delivered by c section – for both the safety of mum and the pups. They have thrived and are all fit and healthy bouncing babies and will soon be ready to go to their forever homes. Please consider fully the impact in terms of time, dedication and sheer hard work that having a puppy is. We know they are beyond cute, BUT they need you to be able to care for them and meet their needs for the next 10-15 years and hopefully longer. Please only apply if you can honestly say you can meet their needs.
They will pee, they will poop and yes you have guessed it they will most certainly chew something that you have left out by accident. These pups have no issues, they have been raised in a home with love and care and all of their needs met. They will grow into what you make them, their future will lie with those that are lucky enough to adopt them.
The pups will need new owners who are around for most of the day, can be homed with or potentially without other dogs, are fine to be re homed with other cats and small furries provided you take the time to train her. Due to her size we will only re home with older children who understand the need for care when handling, walking around such a tiny pup. She is currently being fostered in Mychett Surrey.
Pip will be re homed on a neutering contract and will need to be neutered at the correct time as part of her Adoption (reduced costs neutering is available at our vets on request). She will be up to date with flea and worming treatment and dependent on timing will have 1st vaccination or both vaccinations. Pip will also be micro chipped. Please go to our website and complete an application form.
We reply to all applications, should you not receive a response within 48 hours then please email and we will be pleased to assist you. Home check and set donation applies.
from Dogs for Adoption – dogsblog.com https://bit.ly/2J8bOxj