Birthday approx April 12, 2000.OK, how can an eight year old, pregnant, little bitty thing like this be found as a stray? The alternate report we got was that she was picked up, along with the children in the home near by. We will never learn the whole story but enough is clear that she was not in a good place.She delivered two puppies by caesarian section while at the shelter, but they both died a couple of days later. She was terribly over weight and had flea bite dermatitis, with most of the hair on her rear end missing. With all of her health issues and horrible life she has somehow managed to keep an incredible attitude.At just under 5 pounds “Mini Mouse” is packed full of energy and a bizzillion kisses. Her effervescence keeps bubbling over from morning to night. She is pure delight!Obviously she needs a mature home that can keep her safe from young children and larger dogs. She also needs someone who can spend endless hours basking in her sunny personality.UPDATE: Coco-Puff is a very playful addition to our Foster family. She keeps up with her much younger brother and sister doggies and is on a constant quest for food! With one canine and a few teeth in the back, her little tongue sticks out towards the front and it appears she is sticking her tongue out at you, and I'm thinking she is! She does have two large doggie brothers, but they are very calm and gentle, so she has adapted well to them and loves to get kissing baths from them!
ADOPTION FEE $150 Please visit http://www.quixotehumane.org/forms.htm to start the application process. Dogs are only available in New Mexico-within Albuquerque, Valencia County, Santa Fe, and the surrounding areas. No out of state adoptions. Applications are only held 30 days- please check our homepage for more information. For a personal reference, please contact her foster Mom, Tonya @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-850-2575.