Elliot does have mild luxating patella's in both hind legs, meaning his knee caps pop out and back in. He does not have any lameness in his hind legs. At this time, this is not something we are going to pursue surgically as he's not a surgical candidate for correction currently.
He did have a dental completed at our veterinarian and had multiple teeth removed so his dental health is back on track.
Elliot has always had someone home with him and is used to having all the dogs around, so he is exhibiting separation anxiety when left alone. He also loves being in the presence of human company, so a WFH or home most often would be important.
Because he's so small, a home with dogs 10 pounds or under is best, so he isn't at risk of being hurt. Also, dog friendly cats only, as he can't risk a swat to the face from an angry cat and being injured.
Kids 10+ only, again, due to his small size and being fragile enough for a small child to accidentally injure.
Elliot is just a heart stealer and will make an incredible canine companion for the right adopter.
Also being so tiny, he may not be a fan of the snowy winter months, so a pee pad may be a requirement for when snowfall does hit and temperatures drop drastically.
Important to note that chihuahua's can live up to 20 years, so before considering this boy, keep in mind all the changes you can potentially have in the coming 10-15 years to ensure you remain the right fit for this dogs life.