I am rehoming a male chihuahua approximately 2 years old not fixed. This dog was dropped in a box on the side of a dirt road. He was very skinny and very aggressive. We have had him about 6 months now he is finally back in good health only needs his rabies shot and is kinda shy (no more aggression) at first but warms up fast. I’m not to sure how he is with kids. He is good with other dogs but will not share a food bowl he will growl but had never bit over food just growling. He is a standard chihuahua.
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I also have 2 female Pitbulls both approximately 2 to 3 years old both grate with kids and dogs as far as cats go they love them and will try to play with them. They are not aggressive just light pawing and marking but I believe this is because our cats Antagonize them and actually like playing with the girls. These girls know basic commands and are house trained as well as good on and off a leash. They are up to date on shots and will need a yard to run and play. They were bait dogs do they do have some scars and marks we have had them for about 3 to 5 months. No aggression what’s so ever over food or people.
I also have a male kitten 6 to 8 weeks old hand fed from roughly 2 weeks old he is an orange tabby he is still learning the litter box but is doing pretty good. He is not fixed and no shots but has been dewormed. He was found under a dumpster with his sister (not ready to go yet) he is eating soft food.
I have another male kitten approximately 6 months old good with other animals not sure about kids loves being inside or outside but is very talkative. He is not yet fixed but I am calling today to see when I can get him in to be fixed and is up to date on shots. He was found with another cat he was found in a box near a pump station. When we got him he was very much a feral cat but he is doing great with being held he will come to you and he loves to cuddle.
If interested in any of these sweet animals please email or text. Rehoming fees go apply. These fee are to help recover a very small portion of what we have put in to them and to help with the many other rescues we have currently.