12 Responses to Rat-cha

  1. Suga says:

    I have this kind of dog he is energetic loves follow and protect me. Shreds alot cool with kids and other dogs love his bad sweet butt…

    • Rebekah Warner says:

      I have one but how to train it from not snapping at other family members. She is 8 years old. Plus we just got her last week.

      • admin says:

        Hello!
        Growling, barking, snapping, or biting are behaviors often triggered by ‘small dog syndrome’. All you have to do is, win the trust of your dog for your family members. Ask them to create friendly environments involving your dog. The easiest way is to play with it or plan for family picnics, etc. Ask them to begin playing with your dog (one at a time), and let them give favorite treats to your dog as and when it behaves properly. This might take a little time, but your little dog will gradually begin to feel comfortable with them. So you need patience.
        Best of luck!

  2. AZ Gal says:

    My little guy is 15 now. He is doing great, but we noticed that his hearing is diminished a bit. Smart breed! He learned many tricks early on-and the little kids in the family love it when he sits, turns around and does a little howl (barely makes a sound). His name is Gizmo-large ears of course! If you are lucky enough to ever own this breed, it will bless your life!

  3. KVT says:

    My little rescue rat-cha is one year old tomorrow. Gets along great with my other 2 pure breed chihuahuas. The energy makes jack russells look calm. When not playing, he’s a snuggler. Easy pup to love. Wants to be everyones friend.

  4. This is the best dog we have ever owned.We adopted her from a pet rescue.She is now one year old.Easy to train once you have gained her trust.She is extremely affectionate.Loves to burrow under the covers at night.Do not leave outside as hates the cold.Travels well.
    On command- comes when called,sits,fetches ball,stays,plays dead,rolls over,spins,dances,gives paw & begs.
    Not good with young children as becomes nervous & fearful.
    Perfect for a retired couple.

  5. Elizabeth Doran says:

    We have a Rat Cha since she was 8 weeks old and will be 15 weeks on Sunday (New Years Day 2017). She has the zoomies like crazy! She is super smart and learned to sit and to take treats gently! Amazing little mix breed! She is all black with a white heart on her chest and white tipped toes.

  6. lisa says:

    My dog callie belle a year old had her since 6 weeks old is extremely stubborn and pees on my furniture to mark her territory from my other pets . She’s fixed and I have worked patiently on potty training etc since day one . Nothing works she pees and it’s making me unhappy .

  7. Shelia Smith says:

    I have a Ratcha (Nala) and she is very energetic, spoiled and loveable and lives to burrow Under blankets or any type of cover to snuggle and fall asleep. She loves to lay in my lap or anyone she trusts but does not get along very well with other dogs lately. Not sure what changed as she used to have play dates last summer. Very trainable with praise and treats. Loves to be dressed in clothes, especially pink. Great dog!!!

  8. Kim says:

    My rat-cha is 3 in a half years old and has such destructive behavior. She’s chewed almost everything in my house. She has toys and a sister for companionship along with lots of love and attention. I’ve become extremely frustrated with her. She’s on her way out!

  9. Pat Dew says:

    We just adopted a Rat-Cha he is 1 year old. He is the sweetest little boy. Already potty trained, already fix and loves to sleep with us. He loves my boxer Bella. He has a great personality. Saturday will be just a week and we already in love with him. He loves to go walking with Bella and we are so pleased.

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