Chihuahua (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Adult : : Small
Combine Zsa Zsa Gabor, Oscar the Grouch, and Regina George (remember the movie, Mean Girls?) in Chihuahua form and that sums up Gigi.
She has an outsized personality and attitude that amazingly fits into an eight-pound package.
First, the good news: she is crate-trained, house broken and knows how to use a doggy door. She is leash-trained and knows how to strut her stuff when you take her on a walk. She has even gotten Nose Work training - Gigi is no dummy!
Now, the honesty kicks in: she's a little too interested in cats, intimidated by larger dogs, has dietary and seasonal allergies, is very protective of toys and treats (she's not a fit for families with small children), and really does think that the world revolves around Gigi.
If you feel that you're up to catering to the needs and whims of this pint-sized princess, then snap to it and fill out an application to adopt her. While ART will check your references, Gigi might be more interested in the thread count of your sheets and where you plan to store her tiny doggie wardrobe, daaaahhhlink.
More about Gigi
Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Is Not Good with Kids, Does not require a yard