Kardi Chihuahua Young Female
Meet Kardi. This little lady was surrendered an overcrowded rural shelter because her owners were moving and reported that they were unable to take her with them. As a result, she is searching for her new forever family. Perhaps, it's you. Kardi is a cute and loving girl. She's been in a foster home while under the care of the shelter and her foster mom describes her as a "nut" and a happy girl. She absolutely loves playing with the other dogs in the home. When she 1st arrived, she was scared of the bigger dogs but within a few days, she had settled in and now runs around the yard wrestling with them. She also shared a foster home in SC with Ellie. She loves playing with her. Kardi also loves water. She wants to jump in her foster's pool and also enjoys long walks in the rain. She's potty trained and cratetrained. Update: 8/25/19 - Kardi arrived in town and is enjoying her new foster home. She's being fostered with cats, and multiple other small dogsand enjoys playing and romping around the yard with them.Kardi loves kids, and gives lots of kisses! When she met her foster mom's 2 grandkids (12 & 14) she followed them everywhere, and really enjoyed their company. She initially showedfood guarding issues a few timesat mealtime in her foster home, but that has since abated. Still we feel she's best in a home with kids out of the toddler stage. Her foster mom thinks she would reallyenjoy a family with another playful dog and a couple of kids to hang out with. She'll make a nice family dog. Crate trained, potty trained, and good with dogs andcats too! Apply today! Breed: Chihuahua/terrier mixture Gender: female Age: 2 yrs weight: 16lbs Vetting: spayed, UTD on vaccinations, micro chipped Adoption charge: $350 Location: foster home in Southern Maryland FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ADOPT: Please go tohttp://worthydog.org/adopt/adoption-application/ and complete the application. You can also help save dogs like this 1 by becoming a foster, providing a rescue dog with a temporary home and giving them the love and care they need until they are permanently adopted. Every person who fosters is directly responsible for saving the life of a dog, because we can only save as many dogs as we have foster families available to welcome them into their homes. If you think you might be interested in becoming a foster and want to learn more, please go tohttp://worthydog.org/volunteer/foster-application/ and fill out an application. Worthy Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer, foster-based rescue that primarily adopts to families in the DC Metro area.
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