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Me-a

Me-a is a 2 year old Shitzu/Havenese sweetie. She gets along with other dogs and is potty trained. We recently adopted her from the Humane Society but found out we are moving and unable to take her with us. She plays fetch, knows sit. Walks on a leash with a harness. But she most loves to cuddle on your lap. We do not want to return her to the shelter as she was such a scared little baby when we adopted her. We just want to find her a good home.

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Mocha Chino

Mocha is a good boy. He is fully house broken and sleeps in a crate or dog bed w no complaints.

Lilly

Lilly is an 11 year old Havanese. She is potty trained, knows how to dance and has the most soulful eyes. She is cuddler and loves to roll over at your feet for tummy rubs.

The pet on this page is not an animal in the care of Auburn Valley Humane Society and is not in our adoption program. This pet is in the home of its current owner and Auburn Valley Humane Society is not able to verify the accuracy of descriptions written by the pet owner.

Chloe

Chloe has been a loving & affectionate companion for my father who is now 93 years old and moving to California to live with my sister.
She is a pure Havanese, super smart and turns 7 soon. Chloe is friendly, fun and interested.
She is out of the habit of good potty training however, as my father can’t take her out as often as needed. If she is walked and taken out regularly, as a smaller breed requires, she will catch on quickly as the woman that cares for her when he is out of town assures us. She has her back in the routine within a few days.
She looks very different with a full coat as you can see from these photos.
Chloe will be great with a family or individual who gives her lots of attention, is consistent with care & rules and has been a dog owner before.

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