Friends, may I present Giselle. Giselle is a cheerful and cool young queen. She is a Chihuahua.
She is the absolute cutest. She loves rollerblades and is terrified of mice.
Giselle is a dedicated confidant to humans (even though she sometimes tries to jump in your lap even if she was not invited).
It breaks my heart to tell you, but Giselle was found lost on the street, hungry, sick, and with a broken leg. Giselle was saved by a courageous animal loving human and brought to Shelterpups.com for a second chance at a great life.
Giselle now dreams of the simple things like a kind human to worship, and a soft, safe place to snuggle. Giselle is a high energy dog. Giselle's incredible poise makes her the perfect adoptable friend. Some describe Giselle as a little excited around cats and she is recommended for a home where she'll get tons of attention.
She is basically house broken, but will have accidents if left alone for too long.
Things You Should Know Before Adopting Giselle
Giselle is a high energy Long Haired Chihuahua. Be ready to give this pup lots of attention. Also, each dog breed has certain traits. Knowing a little bit about your dog's individual personality and breed personality will give you some clues about how to care for your dog.
There's a bunch of Long Haired Chihuahua in this Shelter Pup!
Friendliness: Chihuahuas may look small and timid but these pups have confidence and attitude. They are proud, graceful, and dainty. The Chihuahua's favorite activity is being held by their favorite human. This pup may even do tricks to get your attention! Make sure you save plenty of time for your Chihuahua and never leave him alone for long periods of time.
Grooming: Chihuahuas can have long or short hair. Short haired Chihuahuas are low maintenance and only require an occasional grooming. Unlike many other long-haired breeds, long-haired Chihuahuas require no trimming and minimal grooming.
Health: Chihuahua are very healthy but also very tiny. Because they are so small it is important to help them stay safe -no jumping from high places or rough play with large dogs. Chihuahuas are also very sensitive to cold weather and should always be kept indoors.
Exercise: Chihuahuas may spend many lazy hours just laying around but they are still considered active dogs and require exercise. Because of their small size, simply running around your house gives them plenty of exercise!
Sorry, but Giselle was already adopted by an International Rescue Hero!
Spoiled rotten. Loves rollerblades, terrified of mice
What You'll Get
You're an International Rescue Hero. Giselle is ready to come home with you today and begin the adventure of a lifetime.
Upon adoption you'll get:
She is handmade of all natural, pure wool, right here in America. She comes with her green shelter collar and official adoption certificate. She is truly one-of-a-kind.
On Giselle's adoption certificate is your first Rescue Point. You can donate your Rescue Points to your local animal shelter right here on Shelterpups.com. Each Rescue Point is worth real money to the shelter. Adopt Giselle for fun, rescue one for real! Collect more rescue points and donate even more money to animal shelters.