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Tiny may be a little guy, but he doesn't know it. This adoptable pup has got a huge personality!

Meet Tiny today at Pet Savers Shreveport. His adoption fee is $125. Just remember, adopting a dog is a big commitment. Make sure you're ready to take care of your new friend FOR LIFE before making the leap to pet ownership.

Here's what the Pet Savers website has to say about Tiny:

Just as my name suggests, I am a tiny little 5-pound Chihuahua, but don't let that fool you! I have a big personality and can be pretty feisty if I don't get my way. I'm a little underweight, but Pet Savers is feeding me well and I will be at a healthy weight very soon. They don't know my age, but I am an adult. Once I find my person I can be a sweet snuggle bug. I am not house-trained, but I am fixed and up to date on shots! I would do best in a home without kids since I can nip and bite when frustrated. Anyone with chihuahua experience would be best! Let Pet Savers know you would like to meet me by filling out an application today.

Bristol's Babies shines the spotlight on adoptable pets right here in northwest Louisiana and with your help, we hope to eventually find them all homes!

Pet Savers is located at 4380 Noyes Drive, Shreveport, LA 71119 and they are open daily from 12 pm - 4 pm. However, due to the current coronavirus concerns, you'll want to reach out ahead of your visit. You can call them at (318) 636-0400 or connect with them on Facebook with any questions! Even if you aren't able to adopt an animal at this time, Pet Savers Shreveport is always in need of donations and volunteers so please consider supporting their efforts!

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