Alhambra Source partnered with the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society for a weekly column, "Pet of the Week." Every week we'll introduce you to a new animal looking for a home. This week's pet is Lego, a Chihuahua mix. Read more about Lego below!
Breed: Chihuahua mix
Weight: 10 pounds
Fur: Brown and white
Lego is a friendly little dog that came to the shelter as a stray from Temple City. He had no identification and no one has come to claim him, so he is now available for adoption. He has long legs and floppy, expressive ears.
Lego is a lovable boy with a happy personality and seems to enjoy the company of people. Nothing makes him happier than a good back or belly rub, and he is comfortable sitting on a lap to share some quality time with our volunteers.
Lego is easy to harness and loves going for a walk, or even better, a run! He has a medium energy level, and walks with the most charming gait, lifting his legs high like a prancing pony. Lego likes meeting other dogs – especially those who want to play with him.
With a little training and guidance, Lego would be a delightful family pet. He would be a happy addition to an active family where he has a yard of his own to romp and play in, someone to take him for a daily walk or run, and a comfortable place to sleep and relax near his people. He would probably do well with another dog as a companion and playmate as well. Come in to meet Lego soon – he is ready to become part of a loving family.
His adoption fee is $130, which includes neuter surgery, a microchip, first vaccinations and a free wellness check-up at a participating veterinarian. Feel free to call us at (626) 286-1159 for more information on Lego.
The San Gabriel Valley Humane Society is located at 851 E. Grand Avenue in San Gabriel. We are off San Gabriel Blvd, north of Mission and south of Las Tunas Drive. To arrange a “Meet and Greet” with Cadbury, please stop by any time from 10:30am to 4:30pm Tuesday through Sunday. See our website at www.sgvhumane.org
for information and photos of all our wonderful pets.
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