Treva (71191) is the Dog of the Day from the Oregon Humane Society.
Treva is a two year old Chihuahua mix. She is a very sweet girl who loves people. Treva is very attached to Moon (71192), a three year old Chow Chow mix, so they will need to go home together. Having two dogs may seem like a big task, but try to think of it as having 1 and 1/2 dogs (Treva weighs just seven pounds), and this way they have each other to keep company during long work days. Treva is small in size, but big in personality. She prefers that Moon be her only canine companion. She is Moon's "little" big sister. They like to play and go for walks. If you are looking for an odd couple, then come in to the shelter and meet them.
The combined adoption fee for both Treva and Moon together is just $150 and includes collars, ID tags, microchips, free vet examinations, one month of pet health insurance, and plenty of information. All pets at the Oregon Humane Society are spayed or neutered and subject to prior adoption. Visit Treva and Moon at 1067 NE Columbia Blvd., or call 503-285-7722 for more information.