Breed: Xoloitzcuintli (Xolo), also known as Mexican Hairless
Age: 18 months
Color: Reddish tan
Muffin's Story: Muffin weighs 6 pounds and appears to be a miniature red coated Xoloitzcuintli (Xolo). On average, one in a litter of five Xolos will be born with hair and they are called coated Xolos. Muffin is looking for a new home because her senior owner could no longer keep her due to health reasons. Along with having regal good looks, petite Muffin has long legs and a slender build. She is very sweet and loving, and an active little dog. She's well behaved and knows some commands. She gets along well with cats and other small dogs. Muffin is an inside dog only. Muffin is spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped.
Adoption Agency: Rescue and Rehome, a small private rescue located in the Quail Valley/ Menifee area and serving Southwest Riverside County. Animals are shown by appointment
Adoption Details: $200 cash adoption fee. An adoption contract is required. Local adoptions only within a 50 mile radius of Quail Valley/Menifee in Southwest Riverside County because they deliver the dog to its new home. They are looking for adopters who want to give a rescued animal a permanent home and give it a second chance at a good home and happy life. Adopters must be willing and able to care for the dog for its lifetime (15+ years).
Hours of Operation: Animals are shown by appointment.
Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (951) 244-3215.
Website: Rescue and Rehome
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