Wag N Train Rescue



Chihuahua Rat Terrier Mix * Senior * Male * Small

Meet Riley

Who is this adorable little guy you ask? Why this is Riley!  Unfortunately, this sweet guy hasn't been "living the life of Riley" lately as his family dynamic has changed and they are no longer able to care for Riley as he deserves to be cared for. 

Riley is a ready made pet!  He's an 11-year old, 11-pound, chihuahua rat terrier mix. But don't tell him he's 11!  He won't believe you. Riley has the energy of a pup half his age, with the manners of a gentleman. He loves to go on walks and can keep up just fine with his 4-year old dachshund foster brother. He is potty trained, kennel trained, walks nicely on a leash and is very well behaved. He's way past chewing shoes, so you don't have to worry about the destructive puppy stage with Riley.

Riley has always been an "only child" so he does great as an only dog. He doesn't mind having another small dog around as long as they aren't too bossy. Big dogs, too many dogs or dogs that get in his face make him nervous. He is quite the little love and enjoys spending time with his people. No young children though, as little kids can get a little too handsy with him. Kids over 12 are fine.
Riley is really the perfect ready made pet that would be more than happy to sit and watch TV with you or go out on a walk. He'll hang out outside with you in this nice weather, and keep your lap warm this winter.  Riley is up to date on all vetting, just had a dental and is ready to move into his forever family.

Suggested adoption donation for Riley is a minimum of $250 and goes toward the high cost of veterinary care for our rescue dogs. Wag N Train Terrier Rescue adopts to other geographical areas as long as we can find a local volunteer to perform the courtesy home visit, and requires the adopter to travel to Omaha, NE to pick up their newly adopted dog. We do not arrange transport, or fly our rescue dogs without a "pet nanny". A securely fenced yard is necessary to adopt one of our terriers. Please note: invisible or underground fencing is not considered secure or appropriate containment for terriers.

More about Dog

  • Spay/Neuter

  • Current on vaccinations

  • House Broken




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