Meet the mama! We believe Mama Moira to be a Chihuahua/Shih-tzu mix. She weighed 18 pounds just prior to delivery. She weighed 11 pounds after she delivered 8 babies. We do NOT know who the dad was. Moira was facing euthanasia at the OKC animal shelter. (Pregnant dogs can not be adopted out.) You may visit our FACEBOOK PAGE and scroll through the posts to see several videos of the babies. You may also search her hashtag on our FB page to pull up all of their posts. #MamaMoira

  • Breed: Floofy Mixed Breed. (Possibly Chihuahua/Poodle/Shih-Tzu (mostly shih-tzu)
  • DOB: 10/4/22
  • Current Weight: 3.4lbs
  • Sex: Female
  • Estimated Adult Size: Small
  • Spayed
  • Microchipped
  • Age appropriate vaccinations
  • Good with Dogs/Older Kids
  • Has NOT been cat tested
  • Sheds Hair: YES

I’m being fostered in: S.E. Aurora, CO


  • Safe, secure, fully-fenced, private yard. (Puppies who are not fully vaccinated can not go to homes with shared outdoor space.) To read more about this policy, visit our FAQ page.
  • No kids under 5. She is very small & can get hurt easily. 


Adoption Fee: $575

Stevie WILL require regular professional grooming, at least once every 4 weeks. Please keep that expense in mind before applying to adopt.


What can we say about FLOOF-TO-THE-MAX, 3.4 pound Stevie. Well, if there is trouble afoot, Stevie probably led the charge. If something got moved, misplaced, or torn up – Stevie did it. She’s small, but she’s trouble! First one to take a dive from one level of the home to the other, (via the couch) – Stevie.  As a matter of fact, you probably shouldn’t adopt Stevie. I’m going to tell you that she is an instigator, a trouble-maker, and she requires SO. MUCH. GROOMING! Like, daily. And you will have to keep her bum shaved down or that gets gnarly. She’s noisy, too. Yeah, you definitely don’t want to adopt Stevie. Whatever is happening in the house, even if it’s the 300% increase in the power bill, it’s Stevie’s fault. What else can I say to convince you to just leave her at the foster home? She’s MEAN, this one. She’ll bite your toes – HARD. “No Mercy Stevie!” That’s what we call her! Definitely DO NOT RECOMMEND for domesticated living! And if you don’t have Facebook, and/or are not willing to update the PRAR family DAILY about Stevie’s shenanigans – don’t bother applying for this meanie-head. If you’re not buying any of this – the application button is below. But don’t say I didn’t warn you!

All of the kiddos in this litter are doing very well with potty pad training, and eagerly use the doggy door, (even when they aren’t supposed to!) Keep in mind that these are new little babies, and they will require potty training, obedience training, and must be supervised, both inside and outside of the home. None of them are big enough or brave enough to attempt to climb or decend the stairs yet. They are pen trained and sleep through the night, though that may change when they don’t have their siblings to snuggle with. We STRONGLY suggest that adopters invest in a, “Heartbeat Dog” to help them through the lonely nights. ALL of these puppies would do very well to have another friendly pooch in the home to play with and learn from. Preference will be given to loving, responsible homes with a friendly pal for them to hang out with. 

 KNOWN HISTORY – These babies were born in rescue, to Mama Moira, via emergency cesarean on 10/4/22. They have been raised in a safe, loving foster home, and have been loved and doted on daily. They are all well socialized, and spoiled appropriately. They have only ever been exposed to positive reinforcement and these great foundations must continue in their forever homes. 

Won’t you please consider adding this precious, sweet, loving little girl to your family? If you are not quite ready to add a new member to your family, won’t you please #SHARE our adoptable kiddos on social media? You never know when your share is the share that will bring them home.

Stevie’s adoption fee is $575. Her adoption fee includes spay, microchip with free lifetime registration, age appropriate vaccinations and dewormers. She will come home with a hobo bag of things to help her get started in her new furever home. You can apply to welcome her into your family by completing an adoption application below.

Please understand that adopting from P.R.A.R. means FOREVER. Please do NOT apply if you do not have the time to properly train and exercise a dog (now and in the future) or if you do not meet the minimum adoption requirements for the dog in which you are applying.

Please read each question carefully and answer with as much detail and information as possible! If you don’t, you will likely be skipped over for someone who did.

Please visit our FAQ section to answer your most common questions, including:

  • Preview our adoption contract
  • Read about home visits
  • Read about what all goes into the dogs that we save
  • Learn why we require a fully fenced yard
  • Learn how to keep your new dog SAFE after adoption