TINY Elliott weighs just over 4 lbs. and the vet estimates him to be 1 year old. He is up to date on vaccinations, tested negative to heartworms and started on preventative. Elliott was found deep in the woods and was rescued by good samaritans. He had a harness on that was embedded under his front legs. He is a velcro pup and loves to be with his person. He is located near Birmingham and his adoption donation is $200. He would do best in an adult only home and will not be placed in a home with a dog weighing over 15 lbs. To make Elliott a family memeber go to www.littlebitsrescue.org.
Sally is 1 year old, weighs 10 lbs. and to our best guess is a chihuahua dachshund mix. She is a sweet baby that loves to cuddle. She is up to date on vaccinations, spayed, tested negative for heartworms and started on preventative. She gets along with other dogs in her foster home. She is doing great with her housetraining but will need patience and reinforcement when changing homes. She will not be placed in a home with a dog weighing more than 20 lbs. or a child under the age of 10. Sally's adoption donation is $150. We do not place our dogs in homes with invisible fencing.
Charlie is 1 year old and weighs 9 pounds. He appears to be a Pekingese Terrier mix. He loves to curl up in a lap and be next to his person, but he also loves to play—with humans, toys, and other dogs. Charlie has separation anxiety and cannot be put in a wire crate at all. The ideal home for him is one where someone is home at least part of the day and where there is another small dog to keep him company. Charlie is doing well with his house training but will need reinforcement when changing households.