Eight to ten week old Chihuahua (Terrier?) mix. The buyer returned him to the original breeder then the breeder dumped him off at Toronto Animal Services South because, the breeder claimed, the pup is aggressive.
Yes, this pup ...
is absolutely ...
I'm not going to show the next photo in the series because of its graphic nature, but ten seconds after I took the above shot, that furry monster attacked the guy walking by in the background and after pulling all the contents out of his shopping bag and pissing over all his yoga clothes, the demon dog yanked the guy's booties off and would have eaten his toes if I hadn't managed to calm the brutish beast down with a squeaky toy in the form of a plastic hamburger.
Look into his eyes. Pure evil, I kid you not.
I've never seen anything like him. He only eats fresh road kill. He drinks Jack Daniels and smokes unfiltered cigarettes. Toronto Animal Services had to build a special armour plated cage just to contain him because his claws go through cinder block like it's warm butter. His hair is so bristly, you can use him to scour that cast iron fry pan coated in burnt sugar and molasses that's been sitting on the back porch for the last six months. Everything about him sends chills up my spine.
Good thing he's getting neutered.
Update (Feb. 12): I'm told the little pup may have been adopted already. Please be sure to contact TAS if you are interested in this guy before heading out to the shelter.
The best way to check on the adoption status of this demon dog is to visit Toronto Animal Services or call 416 338 6668 for the Toronto Animal Services South shelter, if you dare.