Adorable Chihuahua Minpin (Chi-Pin) Puppy For Adoption in Wilsonville Oregon – Supplies Included – Adopt Fritz
Facts About Fritz the Chi-pin
♥ Name of Pet: Fritz
♥ Location: Wilsonville, OR 97070
♥ Type of Pet: Dog
♥ Breed of Pet: Chi-Pin (Chihuahua and Mini-Pinscher)
♥ Color / Coat Type: Black and White
♥ Age of Pet: 10 months
♥ Size of Pet: small
♥ Weight: 12 lbs
♥ Good with cats?: Yes
♥ Good with dogs?:Yes
♥ Good with older kids?:Good With Children aged 8 and up
♥ Health Problems: No
♥ Behavior Issues: Yes Fritz is a naturally anxious little guy and has separation anxiety issues from time to time. This results in him barking for a few minutes or latching on to a leg when owners are trying to head out of the door, but then he is able to self-calm within less than 5 minutes. He has never been destructive due to separation anxiety. With more work, I believe this can be addressed, as he has already come a long way. Some days are better than others!
Fritz also gets leash anxious with other dogs. When on a leash, he vocally responds to other dogs approaching or passing (he is getting better with continued work/training). It seems to not be an issue after about 15 minutes of walking, as all of his anxious and extra energy is expelled by then.
Fritz does not have good recall yet when outdoors (indoors he is pretty good). I believe Fritz gets excited and overwhelmed when outside and does not listen when you are asking him to return. He stays nearby but has escaped the yard without returning when called
♥ Fixed: Yes
♥ Fully vaccinated: Yes
♥ House Broken: Yes
♥ Tattoed/Microchipped: No
All About Fritz
Fritz is the quirkiest, funniest little min-pin! He has the biggest heart and is always ready for a snuggle! He loves nothing more than to be that “velcro dog” that lays on your lap or up next to you under a blanket. He loves giving kisses when invited, still has a lot of puppy energy in him so loves, loves, loves to play and be active! Fritz really enjoys other dogs, behaves great at dog parks and is playful with cats (he grew up around cats, but sometimes can play “puppy rough” with them – our cats are tolerant of this).
Fritz Has The Following Special Traits:
- Quirky and funny
- Kind and loving
- Good with humans
- Good with dogs
Fritz’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
Fritz loves chicken and will respond to that name if you use it as a reward treat for him. He loves chasing tennis balls and loves anything that squeaks! He is still in his chewing phase, so tougher toys are a must! He enjoys healthy chewies, loves walks and playing with other dogs.
Cute Fritz Story:
Fritz is the cutest when you talk to him. He will look right at you, paying close attention and his head will constantly turn left and right as you do so. He has a smile when happy and loves a good natural chewy…he will hide them around the house and move them every 15 minutes!
Why is Fritz Being Rehomed?
Unfortunately, I have a health issue that is starting to advance and Fritz is becoming an energy mismatch for me to maintain. I want Fritz to be happy and I am no longer able to match the energy level he requires. He also still has a lot of puppy manners to work through, and I find myself getting lazy with this due to not having the energy and patience to work with him on it. He deserves someone, or a family that will take the time to give him the kind of attention and time he deserves!
Fritz’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
I would love for Fritz to find an individual or family who is highly active and has the time, desire and dedication to help him train him thru his puppy phases. I believe Fritz would do best with another younger dog in the home that can match his energy level and be willing to play at a moments notice. Another dog could also be helpful in modeling to Fritz appropriate doggy behavior and help him thru his anxiety and separation struggles. I do not want to see Fritz go to a situation where he is living in an apartment. If possible, I would be looking for Fritz to live in an home environment with an enclosed space and yard for him to safely run and play in.
Questions about Fritz the Miniature Pinscher Chihuahua Mix?
Contact our Wilsonville Dog rehoming team today.
Text “Fritz” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you.
Fritz is located near the following towns and cities in OR.
Oregon City OR,
West Linn OR,
Lake Oswego OR,
Oak Grove OR,
Cedar Hills OR,
Adopt Fritz today.
How To Adopt Fritz
If you are interested in adopting this special Chi-Pin (Chihuahua and Mini-Pinscher) mix Dog for adoption in Wilsonville, OR, please fill out our online meeting request form below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.
There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. Some supplies and veterinary records will be included.
Learn about Fritz’s Breeds
About The Chi-Pin (Chihuahua and Mini-Pinscher) Breed of Dog
The Chi-pin is a small breed of dog – a mixture of two popular toy breeds – the Chihuahua and the Miniature Pinscher (Minpin). The resulting Chi-Pin can possess any of the characteristics inherent in either breed.
About the Chihuahua Breed of Dog
The Chihuahua is the smallest breed of dog, and is named after the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Wikipedia
Litter size: usually 2–5
Life expectancy: 12 – 20 years
Coat: Short-haired (smooth coat) and long-coat
Mass: 1.5 – 3 kg
Temperament: Devoted, Lively, Alert, Courageous, Quick
About the Miniature Pinscher Minpin Breed of Dog
The Miniature Pinscher, also known as the Zwergpinscher, and Min Pin, is a small breed of dog of the pinscher type originating from Germany. The breed’s earliest ancestors may have included the German Pinscher mixed with Italian greyhounds and dachshunds. Wikipedia
Lifespan: 15 years
Temperament: Clever, Energetic, Responsive, Outgoing, Playful, Friendly
Weight: Male: 4–5 kg, Female: 3.5–5 kg
Height: Male: 25–30 cm, Female: 25–28 cm
Colors: Stag Red, Chocolate & Tan, Chocolate & Rust, Black & Rust, Black & Tan, Red
Thank you for your interest in this stunning Chi-Pin (Chihuahua and Mini-Pinscher) mix Dog for adoption in Wilsonville.