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.

Hi y’all! I am a 9 to 10-week-old, 4-pound (as of 7/17) female Chihuahua mix puppy and my name is Spaghettios. When I was rescued I was found hiding in an empty can of Spaghettios! I was saved by SBRET and my life keeps getting better and better. All I need now is my furever family to love and love me back. I’m a fun-loving, adventurous little girl and I’ve been told by my foster mom that I look like Winnie the Pooh. I love playing with my siblings and I wouldn’t mind a household with a friendly dog to hang out with. An adult home or one with children over 8 years of age would be best because of my small stature. My foster mom has introduced me to sleeping in a crate and going outside to do my business. I need a home where someone is home at least part of the day to continue my potty training. Since I am not fully vaccinated yet I would not be a good fit for an apartment as I would not be able to go outside to use the communal areas. I am up to date on vaccinations for my age and I will be spayed next week. If you think I’m the girl for you, fill out an application at sbret.com. My adoption fee is $175.