Puppies less than 16 weeks old cannot be placed in apartment complexes as they cannot go out in communal areas until about 10 days after their last vaccine at 16 weeks.
- Active adult home or one with children over 5 years old
- Someone home part of the day
My name is Eloise or Ellie. I am a 5.6-pound and 11-week-old (as of Oct 6th) female Chihuahua/Terrier mix. I have the cutest wrinkled little face! My foster mom says I am a wild little girl because I love to play with big dogs, little dogs, and cats. I love toys – all toys! I believe everyone wants to play with me – even things like the vacuum cleaner and garden hose. I love to be outside chasing leaves or carrying around a stick that I might find. I am a total cuddle bug when I get tired. I crunch dry kibble like a big girl and I am working on my potty training. I go outside with my foster brothers – I am starting to figure it out but still make mistakes. I sleep by myself all night on a soft blanket in a crate and don’t make a peep at night unless I need to go to the bathroom which happens once every night. I will need somebody at home part of the day to help me become house-trained and children need to be over 5 years old. I would not mind having another dog or cat playmate! I am up to date on vaccinations for my age. If you think I’m the girl for you, fill out an application at sbret.com. My adoption fee is $175.