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Remi, Chihuahua Mix Puppy

Chi pup xrayMeet Remi.

Remi is a six week old puppy with a broken leg. You can see on the Xrays that this break is pretty severe!

We are hoping with surgery that we can save the leg, but we will know more after Remi’s upcoming appointment with our partner vet. Despite her severe injury, Remi is the sweetest pup and so happy to meet her new friends with M.A.I.N!

We will be sure to keep everyone up to date on Remi’s plan of care. Either way, Remi will need a costly surgery (to either amputate the leg, or for surgical repair) and so any amount you can give towards her medical care is greatly appreciated.

You can donate to Remi’s medical fund via PayPal below. Thank You!

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Remi’s Updates:

Remi is doing great in foster and her broken leg has healed! She is ready for forever! Three month old Remi’s adoption fee is $175 and includes spay, shots up to date, prior vet care, microchip and County license. If you’re interested in meeting Remi, you can get started by filling out our Adoption Application here.

remiRemi’s Adoptapet bio: Hi there, I’m Remi and if you believe in miracles, then boy, do I have a story to tell you. Not so very long ago, my Mama was found as a stray in Yuma. She didn’t have us yet (yes, us) but the nice folks at the Yuma shelter took her in where she could give birth to all her pups in a safe place. Well, turns out there were a total of three of us and Mama took really good care of all of her babies. Accidents will happen (and I swear, they happen for a reason). I’m not very big and somehow I got myself hurt by the kennel door. Broke my leg, actually. (No worries, I’m completely on the mend). That’s when the awesome folks at M.A.I.N. brought me up to Phoenix to meet my kind, caring, wonderful foster mom. She is the most amazing human! Not only did she take care of me, but when she heard I had two other siblings (all healthy) she took all ALL in!!! (See, accidents DO happen for a reason.) Mama (my canine one) had been adopted, so she’s all good too. So here I am, hanging with my brother and sister and waiting for my forever home. I’m just a wee babe, so I need to go to a home where a tiny pup can be safe. They say I won’t grow to more than six pounds, but little doesn’t mean I don’t have a big personality! I love my humans and snuggling, but I also love playing with my siblings. If you can open your heart and home to me, I will be forever grateful. Life, so far has been good, but I have a feeling it’s about to get better!

From Remi’s foster mom, July 2016: “M.A.I.N.’s Lil’ Heartthrob! Remi is doing very well! She eats like a piggy, has extremely sharp puppy teeth, and entertains herself when another dog is not with her. What a little love! She weighs 2 lbs. 7.5 oz today.”

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