Adopting a Friend
When you adopt a rescued animal, you are not only doing a good deed, but you are saving a life! Adopting a rescued animal is also part of the solution to the crisis of pet overpopulation. There are many deserving and wonderful dogs and cats who find themselves homeless through no fault of their own. Often times people think they want a puppy or a kitten, and many adult animals are overlooked. Did you know that many of these adult animals never find another home? Please consider giving these deserving dogs and cats a second chance at a good home.
If you are interested in adopting one of our animals, our adoption process includes completing an application; and if you decide to adopt, an adoption contract must be completed.
A tax deductible donation ranging from $50 to $150 is requested. Please note your donation does not reimburse us for any money we spent on your animal; rather, it is used to help pay for all of the expenses incurred with our rescue program.
Breed: Chihuahua Mix
Color: Blond, Tan, White
Age: 2-3 Years old
Little Rose was found along with her companion (Steve) and her baby (Lola) wandering the roads in a rural area. Homeless, alone, and hungy they were found by a kind lady who took them in.
Rose is very friendly, cuddly and would make an excellent companion. She is definitely a lap dog. She will be spayed/micro-chipped before adoption.
If you would like to give Rose a permanent loving home, please call Sherri for more information: 951-757-5664.