There are times we have adult dogs or teenage dogs that are available. When we do they will be posted on this page!
Adopting an adult dog is different than adopting a puppy. Below you will find some suggestions we have that will make the relocation go smoothly. Each adult dog is an individual and so are their needs. We will share with you the temperament we have observed in the adult dog while they have been in our home/family, but we want you to remember that the Chihuahua is a companion breed and they will merge with their new family and learn your dynamics and so changes in their personality can very well occur. They adapt. They bond and suddenly they blossom in their new surroundings and new family. This can happen in 3 days, 3 weeks or 3 months time. Adopting an adult Chihuahua can require patience. Having a good confinement area is very important. We have seen adult dogs, when relocated, get confused and bolt when put outside or given an open door. We do not want these precious dogs to disappear or get lost. So, a fenced yard is a wonderful solution, but if you don’t have a fence, please use precaution with gates or playpens or crates. All our adult dogs and teenage dogs go home with current shots and a vet check.
July 18, 2021
We have found homes for the available adults. No mailing list was sent out as the homes were chosen based on the dog’s needs and requirements. Because adult dogs can become available sometimes with no prior planning on our part, we do keep a file of customers seeking an adult dog adoption. If you email us and wish to be added to that file, please tell us a little about yourself and your experience with the breed, your history with adult dog adoption, your living situation and family dynamics. We do try hard to find a good match for the dogs with their new family and the family with the available adult dogs. Thank you!
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Dog and cat breeders are regulated by the
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
PO Box 12157
Austin, TX, 78711-2157