|At this time, we have some adult females available to pet homes. These girls are fully up to date on
vaccinations and dewormed, but they do still need to be spayed. We believe that people value
things more when they invest something into them, and we want these beautiful girls to be valued in
their new homes, so we do ask a $150 rehoming fee for these dogs, but that money goes towards
their spay and dental cleanings before they leave here. Most of these girls are our retirees, but we
may occasionally add a young girl that we kept but later decided not to add to our program for some
reason. At times, we may also retire a male, who will appear here as well. Each of these dogs has
his/her own personality, peculiarities, likes and dislikes, so if you are interested in any of them,
please don't hesitate to contact me to find out more about them. These babies are not rescues or in
need of saving. They are wonderful dogs that deserve loving pet homes and have lots to offer
prospective families. We would love to find wonderful pet homes for each one, but if we don't, that
Chihuahua will live his or her life out here with us. We should be able to offer shipping for most of
these babies, but we do reserve the right to refuse shipping if we deem it necessary. Shipping the
adults costs a little more than shipping the puppies, and generally runs about $350, but it may vary
|Many people think that adopting an adult Chihuahua will be easier than raising a puppy, but
that is not always true. Yes, sometimes you will have an easier time with an adult making the
transition, but in many cases, adopting an adult is similar to adopting a puppy, and can even
be more challenging for a number of reasons. Adult Chihuahuas already know an established
routine, and have formed bonds with us. So, sometimes, it is difficult for them to change
their routine. They will form bonds with their new families, but it may take more time than
with a puppy. Also, even the best house trained adult may regress when going into a new
For this reason, we will be equally as picky about where we place our adults as we are about
where we place our puppies. You must be aware that you are not necessarily getting a
"ready made" companion with these babies, and be willing to put in the work that may be
required to help these precious dogs settle in to your family well. Believe me, these dogs are
well worth the work! They have tons of love and affection to give the right family.
|Rio is a chocolate and tan merle boy. He will
be 9 years old in October 2019. As is true with
many merle males, Rio is a sturdy boy with a
handsome face and beautiful coat. He is a
quirky boy with a middle of the road
temperament, not submissive but not dominant
either. In evaluating Rio for placement, it is
clear that he will need just the right home.
Please call Shayna for more information about
It would probably be best to come and meet
Rio before taking him home with you, so I
don't think I want to ship him.
|Falina is one of our more petite little ladies, weighing just 5 pounds. She will turn 6 years old at the end
of 2020. She is a gorgeous steel blue color with no tan points, though she does have a bit of white on
Falina is a quirky girl with a docile temperament. She's not a dominant personality, but not especially
submissive either. She is pretty even tempered, and not over active, though she does have plenty of
energy. She's just not a hyper girl. She should be a good lap dog once she settles into her new home.
This little sweetheart is crate trained, but may need some help with house training.
Miss Falina will need some time to warm up and adjust. She's a lovely little girl, but she is a bit shy.
She will need consistence and patience to settle in to her new home and routine, but I'm certain she will
be a wonderful pet for someone who is willing to devote the time and effort to her.
|Beautiful Sofia is a chocolate merle long coat girl with a beautiful build and sweet personality. She will
turn 7 years old in November 2020. This pretty little lady is crate trained, and should do well in any
home once she settles in. She's very gentle and even-tempered, neither dominant nor submissive. She's
a middle of the road girl with tons of love to give.
As with all adult Chihuahuas, expect that Sofia will have an adjustment period that could last anywhere
from a few days to a few months. Each dog is different and there is no way to know how each one will
adjust for sure, but I expect that Sofia should adjust relatively quickly. She will need some time to get
accustomed to your routine, and you may need to learn to read her cues regarding when she needs to go
outside. It might work out best to put her on a potty schedule at first. Since she is used to being crated,
this should be relatively easy to do.
With a little time and patience, I am confident that Sofia will be a wonderful pet for the lucky family that
Sofia is weaning her last litter now and will be ready for her new home in August 2020.
|Reni is one of our beautiful girls that we kept to add to our program, but she just isn't working out. She
is only a year and a half old and will make a sweet little pet for some lucky family. Reni is a blue and
tan long coat girl. She's longer legged, but she has more of an apple head than a deer head. Pictures do
not do this girl justice.
Reni is a high-medium energy dog, not super hyper, but plenty active. She's quite friendly and very
sweet. Reni is a loving little lady with a bubbly personality.
Though she is young, you should still expect her adjustment period to be longer than that of a puppy, but
I am confident that she will adjust to your home and routine easily enough if you are consistent with
her. She will need some house training work, and she is not fully crate trained. She is used to being
crated at night though. She's just not super consistent about not having accidents in her crate.
For the family who is willing to dedicate some time and training to this sweet girl, she will be a wonderful
pet and companion.
Email Shayna for more pictures of this girl!