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Little Nina #12748

Dog Information
Color: Chocolate & Tan Coat: Smooth
Pattern: None Gender: Female
Size: Miniature Weight: 5 lbs
Age: 1 Year Category: Adult
Special needs dog? No Sanctuary dog? No
Spayed / Neutered? Yes State: MD
Added: 2019-07-04
In Process

Poor little Nina. She was given up to a loud shelter because her people did not have time for her. What a shame. Frankly, she is the easiest dog to care for. This sweet chi-doxie baby girl needs a home without boisterous children. She weighs less than five lbs. and has a deformed front leg. She gets around fine but don't expect her to walk on a leash.. She can do almost anything any other dog can do! She is amazing and shows her chi spirit more every day. She likes creature comforts like soft blankets, good food and loving, lots of loving. She needs to be allowed to sleep in bed with her person.She really needs a dog buddy who can appreciate her chi attitude. She is a special girl. If you have experience with the breed or with dogs with disabilities, please consider applying for her. Her adopter should be breed savvy. She would be perfect for an all-adult home with someone who is home more than not with a fenced yard (she loves being outside) and happy playful dogs her age and size. She uses puppy pads reliably and knows to potty outside but still has accidents inside.. As a potential adopter, you must have an excellent reference from your vet. ***Applicants must be willing to drive to Ellicott City, Maryland (10 miles south of Baltimore) to meet and adopt Little Nina.****

Vetting Information
  • Heartworm Tested (2019-06-29)
  • Distemper Combo - NO Lepto (2019-06-29)
  • Bordetella (2019-06-29)
  • Rabies (2019-07-01)
  • Fecal Tested (2019-07-08)
Other Things To Know About This Dog
  • Must be adopted within 50 miles of Ellicott City, Maryland
  • Must have fenced yard
  • Needs dog buddy
  • No cats
  • No children
  • No large dogs
  • Quiet home needed

Want to know more about Little Nina? Email DRNA representative at ann.donnawell@drna.org