Just a quick note to say hi! Thanks for the note, and the work with Jasper goes on.. still not fully house trained. He will have been with us two weeks next Monday. Hope we make it by then. He is indeed a short haired-something, Chihuahua looking but big and with a curly tail.. expressive tail. it curls up on his back, sort of up/back and at time with a strange (to me) arc at the root with the tip pointing at the ground. I think that may be body language, but i haven't translated it all yet. His poop dance if very truncated/absent, but his tail arc may be part of the set-up, but not always.
Just a quick note to say hi! Thanks for the encouraging notes on Jasper - seeing the picture and your experience, does he look like a big Chi, or really a mix? He doesn't have the rounded head so much in my mind's eye for a chi. My daughter said looking at the web picture he looks like a white fox :) He weighs out here at about 10 pounds so he has lost weight in his time at the shelter - not a criticism of that group.
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