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Pug / Chihuahua / Mixed (short coat)  : :  Male (neutered)  : :  Young  : :  Small


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About Griffin *-ADOPTED!!

  • Status: Adopted!
  • Adoption Fee: $175
  • Species: Dog
  • Rescue ID: DCHS
  • General Color: Tan
  • Current Size: 14 Pounds
  • Potential Size: 16 Pounds
  • Current Age: 1 Year 1 Month (best estimate)
  • Housetrained: Yes

CHECK OUT HIS NEW VIDEO'S.  IT SURE DOESN'T LOOK LIKE THE LEG BOTHERS HIM ALL THE TIME AND IT SURE DOESN'T SLOW HIM DOWN EITHER!  Do Not Adopt Griffin If You Worry About Laugh Lines:  He will keep you smiling and laughing on a daily basis.  Your dermatologist won’t be happy!

So I'm not the most gorgeous, so I have large ears, so I have very short legs, so I have a curly tail.  My mommy always tells me that I am special and that makes me beautiful.  What do you think??  I know I am a great little guy and easy going. Please read more about what my foster mommy says about me and maybe you will give me a chance to.

* Griffin is a special needs dog - the vet says that his leg is a genetic or congenital defect.   It causes him to limp sometimes.  He said that we would need to treat the symptoms by giving him half a baby aspirin when we notice it bothering him.  You can tell when it starts bothering him because he will lay down and not play.   He has a genetic birth defect that affects his front right leg joints, so he limps sometimes.  The vet said it would be best for him to live in a one story house and no stairs.  No jumping off beds, etc.

Griffin is a great companion, low maintenance dog that likes people and other dogs.  Please give him a chance for a forever home. He is now good on a leash and housetraining and is just a joy. Rescue dogs just need a little time to settle in a home once rescued and Griffin has and is really a great little dog.  He is not a big barker like other small dogs.

He is good with the little ones, if they are supervised.  Both of my grandchildren like him and they are under the age of 5 yrs.  Griffin would make a good family pet.  It would be great to have someone that works from home or works part time so that he isn't alone all day and of course, another companion dog is always a plus since he does like to play with other dogs and is very social with them.

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