BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- A tiny Chihuahua found roaming the streets is up for adoption at the The SPCA of Westchester County in Briarcliff Manor. Juan, seven, was rescued from running around busy streets and even dodging cars, according to the animal shelter.
Luckily, he was captured by animal control authorities and brought there.
While nothing is known of Juan's past, he is described as "a love."
"He gets so excited when his favorite volunteers come to spend time with him and he has done really well meeting new people at events. He usually just rolls over for a belly rob when meeting new people, according to a release.
He also does well with other animals. Due to his small size, he would be best placed in a home with older kids.
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