Chihuahua - Female, 6 yo Desexed


About Tinkerbell

Tink is a lovely little chihuahua. She is such a chilled out little girl and so affectionate. She loves nothing more than snuggling and having cuddles. She is very friendly and relaxed. No trouble to walk and all good to let her off the lead at the park. She'll trot along behind you as she sniffs things and says hi to the other dogs and people there. She has good recall and comes when called. At home she just likes to chill out and sleep! Fully toilet trained and has a bladder of steel, so no accidents in the house haha. She loves playing with other friendly dogs, chasey is a favourite. She's not a fan of balls or toys. She's absolutely no trouble at all. I work Mon, Thurs, Fri and although I'm sure she would be happy sleeping on my bed the whole time I'm away, it would be great if someone could take her for a walk while I'm away on one or two of those days. I can reciprocate with dog walking on Tuesday or Wednesday. We are in East Freo. I'm a teacher and volunteer at a dog rescue xxx

Question 1

When home alone just chill out.

Question 2

At home I love to lie On top of my human.

Question 3

My favourite activity is Lazing about in the sun.

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