Breed Chihuahua
DOB 06/02/2015
Sex Male
Size Small
Color Tan
Spayed/Neutered Neutered
House trained Litterbox
Location 72307 Ramon Road Thousand Palms, CA
Intake Date 06/01/2020
My Story I was rescued from a hoarding situation and am still adjusting to my new surroundings at the shelter. I’m coming out of my shell due to the love and attention from all my shelter friends. I’m learning to trust others and would do well in a calm environment. I’m used to being around other dogs, though still would need a meet and greet with new animal friends. Please come meet me today!
Posted on 06/23/2020
Contact Info 760-601-3918
Please note that we make every effort to keep this website up-to-date however, the animal you may be interested in may have already been adopted. Animal Samaritans cannot adopt out any animal that has not been spayed/neutered. Likewise there may be medical reasons that exclude a pet from immediate adoption.

For questions regarding shelter adoptions please email: rlinsell@animalsamaritans.org
Or call: 760-601-3918

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Our Adoption Alliance Rescue Program has saved the lives of more than 12,000 animals. And were just getting started. We work with the local shelters to place animals they do not have the resources or staff to handle.  Thanks to donations like yours, we do!