Adoption Pending :)
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.

Adoption Area: East Tennessee

Vienna needs: Warning! You might want to put your solar eclipse glasses back on because the cuteness here is blinding! Owner surrender of the most adorable little 9-week-old puppies you have ever seen. This little girl is Vienna. She's a female Terrier/Chihuahua mix, and at 9 weeks old is weighing in at 2.6 lb, so she is a little bitty thing! I don't know how big she will get, but Mama was about 12 lbs. and Daddy was about 10 lbs. Her personality is every bit as as sweet as her face. She is a friendly, happy, healthy little girl who loves everyone and everything!

Vienna is the most agreeable puppy. She sleeps all night in the indoor puppy pen with her siblings. She eats dry kibble and uses potty pads in the house or will potty outside if you take her. The outside potty training is a work in progress so you will need to continue that. She's extremely smart, and how long it will take her to be completely housetrained depends on you. If you're consistent, patient and take her out often, I think she will conquer outdoor pottying pretty quickly.

Because of her extremely small size, it would not be safe for her to be in a home with small children or big, high energy dogs. It would be too easy for her to accidentally get hurt. Everyone in the household needs to be steady on their feet for the same reason. She loves to be right between your feet or behind where you're standing so you have to be very aware of where she is all the time.

Vienna is very playful, but she is not what I would call a hyper puppy. She is going through her bitey phase and will probably be that way until she loses her puppy teeth at about 4 months. And these puppy teeth are sharp!

Vienna is one of those puppies that makes you want to make goofy faces and talk baby talk, so if you're ready to just make a big old fool of yourself over a puppy, go to sbret.com and fill out an application for Vienna! She is spayed, microchipped, and up-to-date on her puppy shots. Her adoption fee is $175.