Peanut - Rover's Retreat Dog Rescue

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4 years old
Neutered Male
8 lbs
Chihuahua mix
Adopt Peanut


*If you are interested in Peanut, please complete our adoption application which can be found here:

Please meet Peanut, a chihuahua mix who was rescued from Bakersfield Animal Care Center after coming in as a stray and is approx 4 years old and 8 pounds.  Peanut came in with a foxtail embedded into his eye and since then it has been removed and you would never know peanut ever endured any pain!  Peanut is an absolute dream dog and will make any family extremely happy.

Peanut loves all dogs and people he meets and will happily greet anyone with a big smile and a rapid tail wag!  He is house trained and has not had any accidents in his foster home but of course will need a gentle reminder of the proper place to go in his forever home.  He is currently being fostered as an only dog but would love to have another fur brother or sister in his forever home.  He would equally be as content as an only dog who gets plenty of socialization as he LOVES other dogs!

Peanut is pretty much a velcro dog and likes to be near his humans almost 100% of the time.  He loves to cuddle up next to you on the couch and snuggle in bed at night.  He is the ultimate companion! For this reason,  Peanut would do best with someone home most of the time.

Peanut is ready and waiting for his happy ending filled with endless love, cuddles and toys!  If you are interested in making Peanut a forever part of your family, please fill out our adoption application here: Adoption Application

PLEASE NOTE:  Peanut’s adoption fee is $400
He is being fostered in Long Beach, CA.
Adoption APPLICATION
BEFORE PROCEEDING, PLEASE READ:  • Home visits are required prior to being considered for adoption. • Completed application and approved home visit do NOT guarantee adoption • We receive many more applications than we do dogs, so some people will be disappointed.  We may receive over 100 inquiries for a single, highly desirable dog! • We do not ship our dogs









































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