AVAILABLE THURSDAY 11/16.
Bandit and Chilli, eight weeks old, obviously have heeler in their genetic woodpile. What are they mixed with? We haven’t a clue, but in Chilli’s case, perhaps (srsly, brace yourself) it might be chihuahua. She’s awfully small for her age and her profile is just straight-up chi.
These pups were found at six weeks of age in a box on the side of the road. They’ve been in one of our wonderful foster homes ever since, where they were named by the daughter of the household — who is clearly a big fan of “Bluey.” IYKYK.
Chilli (the red one, female) and Bandit (male) are sweet as pie. They’d do well in a variety of home environments and have spent the last two weeks with other dogs and cats and kiddos.
As a reminder, we don’t place puppies into the same household.