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Find a friend: Bitsy is a 5-year old, 15-pound Dachshund/Chihuahua mix.

Bitsy is a 5-year old, 15-pound ChiWeenie (Dachshund/Chihuahua). She and her siblings are hunting for a new home, and playful Bitsy loves discovering squeaky toys in her basket.  [Photo courtesy of Paw Print Hearts]
Bitsy is a 5-year old, 15-pound ChiWeenie (Dachshund/Chihuahua). She and her siblings are hunting for a new home, and playful Bitsy loves discovering squeaky toys in her basket. [Photo courtesy of Paw Print Hearts]
Published Apr. 17, 2019

The itsy-bitsy doggie was determined not to pout. The Easter bunny promised to help get her story out! Bitsy is one of several eggstra cute canines left homeless in a human relocation. Bitsy is a 5-year old, 15-pound ChiWeenie (Dachshund/Chihuahua). She and her siblings are hunting for a new home, and playful Bitsy loves discovering squeaky toys in her basket. Meet and adopt one or all members of this sweet pooch family — vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and microchipped. Reach out by emailing OurPawPrintHearts@gmail.com or find them on Facebook @PawPrintHearts.

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