"K-and-K's Smudging with Sage at SFC"
4th GENERATION OF SFC
Embark health testing: Clear in all breed relevant categories
Degenerative Myelopathy: CH-DM159/3F-PI
CHIC # 177062
Black fawn brindle spotted on white long coat female
Name: Sage, but her name can be changed
Color/Coat/Markings: Black Fawn Brindle spotted on white; long coat
DOB: November 19th, 2021
Current Weight: 4.5 lbs
Pet Price: $2850.00
Altered: Scheduled for April 20th
Rabies: 1 year vaccine is good through December, 2023
Immunizations: Up to date!
Heartworm Prevention: Monthly
AKC Registered: Yes
Status: Applications received, but you are welcome to apply. Our adult dogs are not adopted on a first come first serve basis.
Background: Sage was not born at SFC, but she comes form our lines and is a 4th generation. She delivered one litter for us in March and she did great with whelping, but she didn't want to be a mom after the babies were born. Her litter was given to another mom and we have acknowledged that Sage wasn't meant to be a mama dog, which is totally fine. We just finished all of her health testing and will have her spayed prior to leaving our care, which will also include a dental cleaning for good measure. Her adoption price is higher than our other retired dogs due to her age, size and medical bills we already invested into her plus her purchase price and shipping we also did to get her into our care. She has been pre-loved, pre-spoiled and cherished during her time with us. She loves to sleep in bed, loves fresh laundry, loves snuggles and wants to be the center of your day. She loves people and other animals. She is incredibly friendly and just an overall wonderful Chihuahua. Sage is a black fawn brindle spotted on white, long coat female. Her coat is going to be thinner than normal due to whelping a litter recently, but her coat will grow back in after her alteration with time. She will be more fluffy. The links above for her Embark and OFA should be accurate to show her health screenings we have completed. Sage is not leash trained but I really don't foresee her not catching on to this when you go to walk her on a leash. She does well in the car. Sage is easy to bathe and trim nails. She is pee pad trained and dog door trained as well as crate trained. Sage does well with both men or woman and I think she would do fine with children, but we don't have small children in our home so we can't confirm this. We also do not have cats or large breed dogs, but Sage is incredibly easy going and I am confident she will adapt to her new home with ease. She loves attention and wants to be your constant side kick companion.
We encourage all prospective adopters to really think this through and not take on a dog that may not work for you. We want her next home to be her forever home. To submit an application for Sage, please use our puppy application for consideration.
Please be aware that Sage is from a breeding home. She will not be fully potty trained in a new environment and will take patience and the ability to retrain to establish a new routine
Please read the post below about the 3/3/3 rule! Not one dog is like another and you need to be open minded when adopting an adult dog who is very used to their current environment
Meet in greet encouraged but not required