Little Man is a tiny chihuahua who was found wandering along the US 1 highway with his friend Alfred. They were taken to the Flagler Humane Society, where they stayed for several weeks. People there grew found of them and some visitors came to see them regularly, but they didn't receive offers of adoption, and it didn't seem likely they would be adopted due to their age and health, so they were able to come to Journey's End.
Both Little Man and Alfred were unneutered when found, and they both had severe problems with their teeth and gums. They both had dental surgery soon after they arrived. Little Man's tongue usually sticks out, probably due to his missing teeth. He also has vision problems, including an ulcer in one eye due to an old injury, and we have taken him to a vision specialist. He was estimated to be around 8 years old when he arrived.
Little Man and Alfred live in the PeeWee room, where they are often together. Little Man is our tiniest dog. He is a little shy and usually keeps to himself, but he likes being outside and running around with the other small dogs. We suspect he may have been used for breeding in his past life, since he was an unneutered purebred and he doesn't interact much with people.
Little Man (right) and Alfred
Florence with Little Man at the vision specialist's office
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