Please go to our website www.secondchancedogrescue.org to complete an application.
We will make every attempt to process all applications within 3 business days of receipt
This is Mother Hubbard, a 12 pound female Chihuahua. She is brindle & white in color and has a birthdate of approx. October 9, 2005. Yes, she is considered a senior, but she can live for quite a few more years! She will do best in an older home with no children. She can be a little nippy at times when her back is touched. She enjoys curling up on your lap and just hanging out. Once she is used to her new family she will wiggle and wag her tail all the time. She is a wonderful little lady and would make a great addition to an older home. This little lady is housebroken and gets along with other dogs and cats. She is spayed, microchipped and current on vaccines.
Adoption fee $100
All of our dogs are in private volunteer foster homes, and as such these individuals are most qualified to answer any questions regarding the dog.
We do not have a central shelter or kennel locations - you must make a private one-on-one meet and greet appointment with each individual dog at the foster family's convenience. To protect our foster families' privacy, we must have an APPROVED adoption application on file before we release their contact information.
All of our dogs are fixed (spayed/neutered) and up to date on shots. We have a 2 week foster-to-adopt period to make sure the dog is a fit for your family. Adoption fees vary from dog-to-dog.
Please note that an approved application DOES NOT guarantee that the dog will be placed with you. The final decision rests with our fosters as they know the dogs the best, and please be aware that there may be other applicants interested in the same dog. We continue accepting applications on a dog until the dog is with the new adoptive family in their home.
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