Name: PODGE and TREACLE, MOOKIE and MITZI, PEANUT and BARNABY(Reserved)
Breed: CHIHUAHUA - short coat
Sex: Male x 3, Female x 3
Age: 3 - 5 yrs
Colour: Cream and fawn
Dog friendly:

Treacle and Podge are very vocal to other dogs the others are unphased.

Cats: Unknown
Children: Adult

Several weeks ago we took in a family of 6 very traumatised Chihuahuas at midnight following a bereavement. We understand that the dogs had been with their owner's body for a number of days :(( The gentleman lived alone and there were not many visitors, the dogs were walked daily but have not really experienced very much apart from visits to the vets so we are looking for quiet, calm homes for them to let them settle after their tramuatic experience.

PODGE - male, neutered, 5 yrs, the father of the others and the most confident. He is a real cheeky boy with a HUGE character and loves to sit on your lap for a cuddle, and would be happy sitting there for hours;

BARNABY - male, neutered, 4yrs. He is the quietest boy, very polite and does enjoy a tummy tickle. He is quite attached to his sister Peanut and both keep themselves to themselves away from the other bigger personalities so we do feel he will need to go as a pair with her;

MOOKIE - female, 5yrs, we have spayed, mother of the others. Mookie is a sweet confident little girl and like Barnaby thrives off contact with you away from the others. She is very trusting and loves a fuss x Very attached to Mitzi so need to go as a pair;
 
TREACLE - male, 3 yrs, we have neutered. Quite a nervous boy and takes time to trust, but once he gets to know you his confidence grows and he can be a little monkey - needs experienced Chi home and we feel he would be better going with dad Podge.
 
PEANUT - female, 3 yrs, we have spayed. A very sweet quiet girlie who loves cuddles. Never far away from Barnabyx
 
MITZI - female, 4 yrs, we have spayed. Very similiar to Mookie as they are best buddies. Confident for picking up and cuddling. Can all interested parties please complete our rehoming questionnaire, each questionnaire will be assessed on suitability and homechecks will be done.
 
FOSTER UPDATE ON MOOKIE AND MITZI
 

Mookie and Mitzi came to stay following quite a traumatic time in their little lives. They are mother and daughter.  These girls would prefer a quiet home as are quite nervous with loud noises and lots of movement going on.

Mookie - the mum is always on the go - she will follow you around once she gets to know you and keep all predators away!! She can be vocal with people coming into a room she is in but soon stops when she realises who it is or with some kind words. She loves nothing more than a good walk - although does prefer pavements to wooded/ grassy walks. Mookie will play with small fluffy toys And loves to fetch and return them!  She is always happy for a cuddle and lots of attention.

Mitzi - daughter is much more timid and will happily stay in her bed where she feels safe - she will come when called but will be inside down by the time she gets to you 😍 Mitzi would happily sit on your knee all day and have her tummy rubbed- she is not very fussed about walks but will come - I usually carry her outside until we get started.

New owners must be prepared to work with housetraining at night as these girls have been used to a cat flap and having continual access to the garden- they are now clean in the house all day but do use puppy pads at the door at night.  They have been left at home with my dog for 2 1/2 hours max following a walk and have been fine .These girls just want to be loved in a quiet environment .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and  neutered  where medically appropriate.

Please note that due to limited resources we are only able to rehome our dogs within a 20 mile radius of Reigate.

 

You can also see videos on our YouTube channel HERE & more photos HERE

If you would like to apply to home this dog, please complete our homing application HERE.

 

Please also take the time to read our Guidance Notes on Adopting a Rescue Dog -  HERE,  so that you know how to prepare and what to expect with your new dog.  We would also encourage you to research  the breed that you are looking for,  to ensure  that they suit your family and lifestyle.