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Quese (pronounced Casey) is a handsome little long-haired Chihuahua. He is about 6 1/2 pounds.
He was originally a stray in Texas, so his age is unknown, but he is probably fairly young. He has a lot of energy, but loves to settle down and cuddle as well.
He was adopted to a couple for the ailing wife who had a terminal illness. She was his baby and she spent time pampering and loving him until she passed. The husband did not have the time to give him the attention and love he had originally had, so he decided to allow him to go to Rescue so he could have the opportunity to find a home with someone who could give him the love and attention he needs and deserves.
He loves to sleep in the bed with his family. He uses a doggy door. He is housebroken, so if there is not a doggy door he would probably do well going outside without one if someone is attentive enough to get him outside when needed.
Quese was an only dog and it took him a while once he got into his foster home to accept other dogs. He is now learning to play with other dogs and is loving that, so he would most likely enjoy a home with another small dog playmate. With enough human interaction, however, he could be happy in a home as an only dog as well.
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