Angelina Jolie

Animal ID: APA-A-56125
Adoption Fee: $160.00
Sex: F
Looks Like: Chihuahua
Current Weight: 8 pounds
Date of Birth: 2013-01-11
Age: 5 years, 6 months
Location: In Foster
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Dog Score: 5 - Has lived with dogs successfully. A great candidate to live with other dogs.
Cat Score: 4 - A good candidate to live with cats.
Child Score: U - No Information Yet
Home Alone Score: 5 - Has been left home alone successfully
You must live within 40 miles of our Town Lake Animal Center location to adopt this dog.

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Cute. Shy. Curious. Strong. Gentle. Beautiful. These are the words that Angelina Jolie's foster mom uses to describe her, but we think the word that best describes this amazing pup is Survivor. After losing a litter of puppies and becoming very ill herself, Angelina has made an impressive recovery. Left temporarily blind and unable to walk, Angelina has recovered her vision and can walk and run without any balance issues. And now this brave girl is making great progress on becoming more comfortable with new people and surroundings.

Quiet and calm, this shy lady will win you over with her sweet eyes and the way her head tilts when you talk to her. Though she takes her time becoming accustomed to new people and surroundings, Angelina very much enjoys running and romping in the yard. She isn't quite ready to play with toys yet, but she does seem to enjoy the sound of squeakers. Angelina never barks or shows any aggression and will just take some alone time if she's feeling overwhelmed. But once she warms up, she very much enjoys cuddling and napping with her people and will happily spend hours watching movies with them.

Angelina is currently living with three other dogs, two chihuahuas and a border collie mix, and she gets along well with them, and we think she would really benefit from a canine sibling to help her adjust to her new home. She's fearful of the resident cat, but just avoids her.

Angelina already has impeccable manners in the home and does wonderfully when left alone. She is such a quiet dog that when her foster's clients come over, they don't even know there's a dog there. Angelina is one low-key lady to have around.

Angelina would love a patient, quiet home where she can get lots of cuddle time and ideally another dog to help her to continue to come out of her shell and blossom into the loving companion she's meant to be. Come meet this inspiring pup and see what a great addition she'd make to your family!