Meet Cash & June, a bonded pair

Cash 

Chihuahua Mix,  male

Stray – found wandering on Isabella Avenue

DOB: November 2012 (7 years old), 15lbs

Walks nicely on his leash

House trained

Best suited for patient families with adults only, where they have easy access to a yard

PAWS will provide their family with three training sessions to help insure a smooth transition to their forever home

Adoption fee: $150 (together)


Personality

The younger part of this dynamic duo, seven year old Cash is quicker to run, jump, fetch, and play.

This ham for the camera can play with gusto, but also enjoys a good cuddle and a blanket burrito. Cash lives every day with enthusiasm, as long as little Juney is by his side.

During his time with his foster family, Cash has learned how to be polite on his leash and how to pose like a dog model. He is ready to run right into your heart and into his forever home.


Color Group: Blue 

The introverted group, blue dogs need time to adapt as you work to form an everlasting bond together. They are bashful and timid, but if given the opportunity to become comfortable with you they are loyal and loving pets.

June

Chihuahua Mix,  female

Stray – found wandering on Isabella Avenue

DOB: November 2010 (9 years old), 12 pounds

House trained

Walks nicely on her leash

Best suited for patient families with adults only, where they have easy access to a yard

PAWS will provide their family with three training sessions to help insure a smooth transition to their forever home

Adoption fee: $150 (together)

Personality

Depending on the photo, we can’t be sure if June is a dog, a baby deer, or a pretzel , but we know for certain that she is dangerously cute. 

June loves to be pet and held in your lap, but what she loves most is to be cuddled up with her other half Cash.June is 9 years old, but disproves the old adage that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.

She grows everyday in her foster home, and has taken enormous strides in her training since coming to PAWS last November.


Color Group: Purple

Purple dogs can be initially shy, but they warm up quickly and are full of personality. Carefree, engaging, and adaptive, purple dogs reward a little patience with a lifetime of love  .