Quito is a little ball of energy who was dumped in the Globe area, and cared for by an elderly couple.  Due to health issues, they were no longer able to care for him and the two other dogs he was found with, Pueblo and Zeta. 

We think he is probably about 2 to 2.5 years old.  He gets along with other dogs, but has only been introduced to other smaller dogs so far.  Kitties are fun to chase, but not much interest in becoming their friend.  He loves his “sister” Zeta who he was rescued with – they play all the time.  He likes toys, but prefers attention from his human to playing with a toy. 

He is tiny, weighing in at a whopping 6 pounds, but thinks he’s much bigger.  He is not scared of people, maybe a bit shy to start, but is constantly moving and zipping around, just like a little hummingbird. He eats like one too, always has an appetite, and loves his treats.  I was kept outside, so I need help with potty training. My foster mom is helping me, and we still have some work to do.   Quito is current on vaccines, neutered, and microchipped.

Wouldn’t you like to meet me? If so, please complete an adoption interest form and email adopt@valleydogs.org

Breed: Chihuahua mix

Sex: Male

Age: 2 Years

Size/Weight: 6 pounds

With Children: Good with Children

Good with other Pets: Good with other dogs / Ok with cats cats

Special Needs: None

Contact for More Information:

Additional Information: Download Adoption Interest form and email to: adopt@valleydogs.org