Meet Cody!

Cody is a very unique looking tan Chinese Crested Hairless/Terrier mix with a scruffy outer coat and a smooth undercoat. He is 5 years old, weighs 7 pounds, and is neutered and crate trained.

Cody was too timid at the shelter to be temperament tested. so he could be adopted only to a rescue group - as are most frightened dogs. At first when Cody was picked up to take him from the shelter, he was terrified, extremely nervous, and dug his nails in. Once he realized he was not in jeopardy, he relaxed.

He is making tremendous progress at the adoption site. Once he knows you, he jumps up on your legs with happiness and excitement. He is very protective of his person and can get jealous of other animals or people. Thus, he would do best as the only pet in a single person's home. He gets upset with bicycles and skateboards. This dog cannot be adopted out of state.

Cody is currently being cared for by the Foundation for the Care of Indigent Animals in Spring Valley, California. The FCIA is a small, nonprofit (501C3), all volunteer organization that takes in small "adoptable" dogs that would otherwise be euthanized.

For more information about Cody, click here!