Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Polly

Happily re-homed

Polly is a 2 year old long coat Chihuahua cross. A very gentle loving little girl craving to be with you and cuddled. She is toilet trained and very clean. Has been desexed, immunized, microchipped, wormed and flead.

Alvin

Happily re-homed
Alvin is a gorgeous little male Chihuahua, long coat, very playful and friendly although still a wee bit timid, but when you pick him up he snuggles into your neck. He is a bit scared here in the photo as we sat him on the fridge!! He is 2 years old, toilet trained, quiet, has been desexed, immunized, microchipped, wormed and flead.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Boyiss and Missy

Happily re-homed
These two gorgeous little dogs have come into rescue due to their owner's passing. The male is white/cream and the female is the rare blue Chihuahua, both possibly a little of something else in them. Both about 8 years of age and cannot be parted as they cling together like glue. Both friendly, quiet, and toilet trained.
These very little dogs are both around the 4.5 kg. Their hearts very strong and steady which is a good sign for an older dog.
Both had very badly sunburnt, or rubbed raw, noses which has now healed beautifully. These little dogs are both desexed, immunized, microchipped, wormed and flead.
Boyiss and Missy have now been with us for three weeks since their Mum died. They were very sad little kids and only just now (3 weeks later) are they beginning to stop mourning and starting to show an interest in life - wagging tails; greeting us; and even wanting to PLAY. It makes your heart feel good when you see them come through like this!!
Their price is $300 for the pair. - will not separate.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Gizmo

Happily re-homed
Gizmo is now trying out his new forever home.
Gizmo is an eleven months old Chihuahua male. He is the most friendly little dog and so happy with the other dogs and with humans. He has been surrendered due to his owners moving into a home where dogs are not allowed. He will be desexed, immunized, microchipped, flead and wormed, and is toilet trained inside the house.
We think that there may be a bit of terrier (mini foxy?) in one of his parents, however he is well behaved and readily accepts commands.
He is one of the larger sized Chis but still within standard range.

We to hear how some of our little dogs have settled in, and this is one that really wa5rms our hearts!! Thank you to Gizmo's new forever family!
Hello Rita and Mayer,
I wanted to give you an update about Gizmo - he's a little gem!
Our old male dog LOVES him and Gizmo has given him a new lease of life, I haven't seen him so happy in a long while and although he is very slow he enjoys rolling around with Gizmo. Our little female Chi cross is less impressed, but coming around and I did catch them sleeping together in a basket so that's all good.
Gizmo has a lovely nature with our daughter, he is very tolerant of her, and he loves being chased by her, especially if he has his new fluffy toy in his mouth.
Gizmo's appetite is good, he sits on command and is learning to sit at the kerbside and wait for cars (on the lead). He also loves the beach and chasing birds. He's not happy with big dogs and rushes up to them barking - I wonder if he had a bad experience with a big dog? Our other chi dislikes big dogs immensely too. Gizmo is very well housetrained.
Gizmo is desperate to sleep in our bed, but has contented himself with sleeping on my coat at the bottom of the bed (he does have his own basket though).
All in all, he's a beaut little dog, he is very loving and I get the feeling he would be VERY protective if he had to be - first thing in the morning he trots around the garden along the fence ready to "have a go" - I think he thinks that our old dogs have been letting the side down a bit and it falls to him to guard our territory.
All in all I wouldn't bring him back for quids!