#10268 I Have a Little Dreidel

Adoptable
Small-size, Male, Adult Chihuahua,

Hi!
My name is I Have a Little Dreidel and I’m part of the Holiday Music transport.

I’m guessed to be a Chihuahua mix and I am about 6 years old. I’m a sweet boy and I currently weigh 6 lbs.

I came from a rough situation so even though I’m an adult I’m still learning how to be a dog. I would do best in a home with another dog to show me the ropes and and keep me company.

I would do best in a home with a securely fenced yard. I startle and scare easily so I would prefer not to live in a city.

I am crate trained and right now I use my crate a lot because its my safe place. I sleep quietly in my crate through the night which makes my foster family really happy.

My foster mom says I still have a lot to learn. I am really afraid of being leashed. Its so scary I thrash and cry! She says I will learn and is slowly teaching me that leashes are ok and it will keep me safe. She wants me to potty outside but I was never been allowed outside before and the grass feels funny on my little paws.

When I’m scared I can run really fast so even though my foster mom has a fenced yard I’m not ready to explore it until I can be on a leash. I think she knows how scared I am and she knows she wouldn’t be able to catch me!

As scared as I can be sometimes I do like people. My foster mom gives me pets and it feels really good so I’m working up the courage to let her give me more. She has picked me up a few times and I think I’ll like it eventually.

This new world of mine is very different but its so much better!! Once I learn the ropes of being a dog my foster mom says I will get a family of my own! If you have some patience and can continue to help me learn about the world I’d love to be yours!

I Have a Little Dreidel is up-to-date on his vaccinations and has been neutered. I Have a Little Dreidel is currently being fostered in King William, VA.

This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.