This SWEET Chihuahua/Pug came to Last Hope from a West Virginia rescue in 2013. He was adopted by a woman who lived with her grandmother.. When she moved out recently, she left TACO behind with her grandmother who doesn’t want him.
During the 3 years, poor TACO plumped up considerably. He’s about 6 years old now, and could stand to lose the pounds. Despite his heartache, TACO remains the darling dog first described to us.
Below is his original WV bio (add some pounds to the weight):
“Taco” comes to Last Hope as a stray from West Virginia. His local rescue group relies on foster care because they have no shelter in their county…only an animal control officer who must put dogs down right away so the rescue tries to foster as many as they can as the dogs await transport to the Northeast where there are more possible, responsible homes via organizations like Last Hope.
“Taco” is a doll. He’s a Chihuahua/Pug about 3 years old and 16 pounds. He gets along with kids, dogs and cats. In his West Virginia foster home, he slept at the end of the bed and stayed close to his foster Mom during the day. He was mellow but he liked to play. “Taco” has the makings of a great family dog.”
I've found my forever home! Thank you!