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.

My name is Ravioli. I am 9-10 weeks old and I weigh close to 5 pounds (as of 7/17/19). I am a female Chihuahua mix and I have auburn-colored hair with white markings on my nose, chest, and tiny toes. I was rescued with my brother and sister by SBRET at 3 weeks of age. Being the largest in the litter, I was very protective of my siblings. My foster mom told me how brave I am and reassured me that we would be safe under her care.

I am looking for my furever family to call my very own. My vaccinations are up to date and I will be spayed next week. I will need help with potty training because I’m still just a little puppy. It is important that someone is home at least part of the day to help with my potty training. I’m just a little thing so ideally I need an adult home or one with children no younger than 8 years of age. I would not be a good fit for an apartment since I am not fully vaccinated and would not be able to go outside to use the communal areas. If you are looking for a sweet puppy to make your family complete, fill out an application at sbret.com. My adoption fee is $175.