Likes: My mommy! He also goes INSANE for Turkey Rollover. Cries like he'll just DIE unless he gest to eat some!
Pet-Peeves: Strangers. The stupid shoes mommy puts on me when it's cold out. And the sweater. And the bright flash when she tries to take pics of me.
Favorite Toy: Anything that squeaks and my other dogs. Sometimes any bit of garbage he finds on the ground.
Favorite Food: The other dog's.
Favorite Walk: On the bed across my mommy's tummy.
Best Tricks: * NEW* I can sing super loud when mommy sings too! She laughs super hard afterwards.
Arrival Story: I wanted to get a playmate for Osa, and didn't want another dog that I'd have to groom ALL the time, so I opted for this breed because they're cute and small and at the time I didn't have room for a medium to large dog. I did a TON of research and met 5 different breeders before I finally settled on one and she's FANTASTIC: Jones Chihuahuas. I still visit his breeder even after a year of getting him and play with her new pups and just visit so she can see Pedro.
Bio: Pedro CAME litter trained. Now how handy is that?! He's a real jekyll and hyde like a lot of chihuahuas apparently. He's VERY wary of strangers and it takes a long time for him to warm up to them. Like months. He likes women more too. Hahahah. But once he HAS warmed up to you, beware, your lap will always be occupied and you'll always have to pet and scratch him. He's SOOOOO clingy and loving once he likes you. This little guy would loving nothing more than just sit in my lap or play with me ALL day long. Sometimes, I'll be sitting down, and he'll climb onto my lap, and if my hand is not petting him, he'll roll over and over again onto my hand until i do. If I stop petting him, he'll look up at me and nudge my hand until I pet him again. He's also a bit of the sh*t disturber in the house. The other two dogs could just be chilling out, or sleeping or laying down. If he wants to play, he'll tempt them by running around, pouncing, and then ultimately if that's not getting him anywhere, he'll kick them with his back leg until he gets a response. He can totally hold his own considering his small size, but because of that, I have to keep an extra close eye on him to make sure he doesn't get hurt. Most of my friends who he hasn't "warmed up to yet" don't really like him, but the ones who he has (to their surprise) now LOVE him.