8/8/2019 1:33:00 PM Tri-County Animal Rescue Pets Of The Week
Chloe and Cally are mother/daughter bloodhounds on the left; and on the right are a family of chihuahua/terrier mixed pups – sisters Stacy and Jenny and a brother named Chuck.
(Photos Courtesy Tri-County Animal Rescue)
Joann M. Hager Tri-County Animal Rescue
ALEXIS, N.C. – Tri-County Animal Rescue Pet of the Week is a family of beautiful Chihuahua/Terrier mixed pups. We have two sisters named Stacy and Jenny. There is also a brother named Chuck. These babies are 4 months old and weigh about 10 pounds. The grooming for these pups is very simple…bath and brushing. They will stay small as adults. The pups are spayed/neutered, current on vaccines and micro-chipped. Come on out…we will be looking for you.
Chihuahuas are comical, entertaining, and loyal little dogs. They are absolutely brimming with personality – often a quirky and eccentric personality unmatched by any other breed. Chihuahuas do seem to recognize and prefer their own breed, so it's a great idea to keep two of them. They keep each other company when you're gone, they play together, clean each other's ears (Chihuahuas can be obsessive ear-lickers!), and keep each other warm by snuggling together.
Chihuahuas adore warmth! They will seek out the tiniest sunspot in which to bask, and they tunnel under blankets and towels. You have to be careful whenever you sit down on your sofa or bed, as there could be a Chihuahua tucked under there!
If you want a dog that: is small and easy to carry, comes in several different coats and colors, is oh-so-funny and entertaining in quirky ways, is very loyal, travels well, doesn't need much exercise, LOVES warm sunny climates, usually has a long lifespan…..then a Chihuahua may be right for you!
RESCUE BIG DOG Pet of the Week --- The Tri-County Animal Rescue Big Dog Pet of the Week is mother/daughter Bloodhounds named Chloe and Cally. Cally is the mother and is 6 years old. She is mostly black with a little brown. Cally weighs 75 pounds. Chloe is 3 years old and weighs about 96 pounds. She has the typical red coloring. Both girls are sweet and want to please. These girls will win your heart when you meet them. They do not have to be adopted together. A fenced yard is a must for these hound girls. Cally and Chloe have been spayed, current on vaccines and micro-chipped. Please give one of these beautiful girls a chance to become part of your family! They will be looking for you this weekend.
It's difficult to resist the appeal of a Hounds dark brown eyes and their pleading expression. They're happy, outgoing and loving — characteristics more than balanced out by their hound nature, which is inquisitive, determined, and focused on food. They aren't yappy dogs, but they do have three distinct vocalizations — a bark/growl, a baying howl, and a half-baying howl (a cross between a frantic bark and a bay). The half-howl vocalization usually is reserved for when they catch sight of quarry. Being pack dogs, they generally get along well with other animals and their human friends — and they think everyone is their new best friend.
The most important thing to know about these Hounds is that they are a scent hound. The nose is the most important part of his anatomy and his head is always down to the ground, searching for an interesting trail to follow. Once on a scent, they can roam miles before they stop. They use their nose to sniff out many things … especially food! Hounds need lots of room to get their exercise so a fenced yard is a must. If left alone and unexercised, Hounds can become destructive.
If you are looking for an addition to your family, please come out and meet our pets this weekend. Many available pets will be at the Gastonia PetSmart located at 3698 East Franklin Boulevard this Saturday noon to 6 p.m.
About Tri-County Animal Rescue --- Tri-County Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization serving Lincoln, Gaston and other surrounding counties. We are committed to ending pet homelessness in this area and we need your continued support. If you cannot adopt a pet, then support Tri-County in other ways. We need volunteers and donations to continue our mission of finding homes for these unwanted animals. Please help Tri-County Animal Rescue continue to save pets by adopting your next pet this weekend? Our “needs” list includes: towels, Clorox, laundry detergent, paper towels, dry dog food and dry cat food. For more information, call 704.263.2444, send an email to TriCountyAnimalRescue@yahoo.com, visit us on the web at www.tcar.us or on Facebook at Tri-County Animal Rescue. Donations can be sent to Tri-County Animal Rescue, PO Box 483, Alexis, NC 28006.