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December 2, 2004
Fred Fred is a 3-year-old male Chihuahua mix. He is everyone's favorite at the shelter and has a wonderful attitude. He is a great big Bull Mastiff locked in the body of a little Chihuahua. Fred will challenge any dog he meets. He is mighty and fierce, but to humans, he is the most lovable dog you could ever meet. Fred would be best in a home with older children and adults. He absolutely melts when you scratch his ears. Wen you approach his pen, he has his nose down trying to figure out how to get out before you get to him. He is a marshmallow but still tries to be mighty!
NEWS
January 12, 2011
Spanky, 1, is a long-haired Chihuahua mix. He is gentle, little and loving. When you hold him, which he loves, he leans his head back on your shoulder just to cuddle even closer. He is very friendly with other dogs and would be wonderful with children. Poor Spanky has been at the shelter for months and really needs to find his own home. He is small, weighing about 10 pounds. Come cuddle our Spanky at the Orange County Humane Society, 21632 Newland St., Huntington Beach. For more information, call (714)
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April 22, 2014
How Gracie became a stray is another puzzling case of "Who could possibly lose track of such a sweet dog?" Found near the coast in November, she arrived at the shelter amid an influx of several other Chihuahua mixes. Shelter volunteers expected that she would find a home quickly. However, adopters thus far have overlooked her, and again, no one knows why. Gracie is about 4 years old, healthy, spayed and evidently house-trained. Quiet and affectionate with people, she is also well-behaved around other dogs.
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By Emily Foxhall, Los Angeles Times | July 8, 2013
As a white car pulled to a stop in the middle of a Huntington Beach street, Eric Hough said to no one in particular: “He's here. He's really here.” After a  three-year wait , Hough's pit bull was finally arriving home -- all the way from Florida, as reported in the Los Angeles Times . Twenty-one individuals and pairs volunteered to drive the dog from a shelter in Titusville, Fla., where he was brought by local police officers a...
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