Meet Diva, she is a beautiful mix of Dachshund (Mom) & Chihuahua (Dad), this princess was born on 16/08/20. Diva is regularly vet checked, wormed, flead and is microchipped and fully vaccinated. She definitely has a unique & colorful personality and knows how to brighten ones day, her favorite activities is to chase leaves on a windy day and to be spoilt with kisses & belly rubs. This baby is such a foody and is opportunistic when it comes to food, will never decline a food offering.
Ever since Diva was a little puppy, she always has this drama queen spirit in her, she just loves to be the center of attention and to be spoilt with affection. So Diva will suit someone who is ready to give and receive lots of love as she is surely a loyal companion to any owner. This princess gets attached so easily, therefore she would suit a household who can offer all the attention she needs considering she can get really depressed and lonely if left for a long time. She can be dramatic when encountering bigger sized dogs, however she does well with cats.
Overall, this little princess is a healthy and happy puppy and is ready for a new home, the only reason I am rehoming her is due to travelling to Qatar for long term (relocating) so I won’t be able to take her with me. Therefore, she will only be going to the right loving home.
A mandatory deposit of a non-refundable £500 will be required to secure Diva, while the rest of the amount is paid upon collection. Do not be alarmed if questions are to be asked since I want to make sure she goes to a suitable home. Viewings will be permitted through Skype, or outside of my property due to COVID regulations.
Diva will come with a puppy pack, filled with the necessities to transition into her new home. It will include:
• Her Closet (Jackets, Sweaters, 2 sleeping Beds, Food bowl)
• Walking essentials
• Health essentials
• Healthy treats (15 pouches)
• Grooming essentials
• Her favorite toys + Scented blanket for security
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