Wally is an eight-year-old, 19-pound Chihuahua and Pug mix. Wally was turned in at the county shelter as a stray. He was turned in at the same time as Harrison, and they might be related. Harrison and Wally are buddies who share playtime, but otherwise they are not bonded and tend to have a touch of doggie rivalry. Wally is on the roly-poly side; he could stand to lose a few pounds. He has never been for a walk, because he was absolutely terrified of the leash. Home Fur Good is working on his leash manners and showing him that leashes lead to super-fun activities. It is tough for all of us to start up an exercise routine, am I right? Wally has been adjusting to shelter life. He will seek out human attention and affection, each day gaining more and more confidence to meet and become friends with new people. Wally is looking for a family that will give him the time and patience to settle in, a family that will help him on his path to a healthy lifestyle. The adoption fee is $150 and includes spaying/neutering, age-appropriate vaccinations, microchipping, and a free wellness visit at Phoenix Mountain Animal Hospital. Our adoption hours are Thursday-Saturday from 11:00 am-4:00 pm by appointment only.