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My name is Cha cha!

Westie, West Highland White Terrier/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix Dog for adoption in San Diego, California - Cha cha
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I'm being cared for by:
Dog Rescue Without Borders / Rescate Sin Fronteras

Facts about Cha cha

  • Breed: Westie, West Highland White Terrier/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Cha Cha is a one year old westie- terrier mix, who weights about 12 pounds.
This little girl deserves the best family in San Diego; despite the fact that a "human" mutilated her ears, Cha Cha has not lost hope in us and loves people of all ages.
She gets along great with other dogs. She loves humans but we are not sure about cats. Cha Cha is very playful. Her favorite thing to do is snuggle in bed and chew on sticks.
Cha Cha potties on training pads and she goes outside. She is a very good girl, smart, loving and sweet.
She will do best in a family that has at least another friendly dog, and a human parent that works from home as she really enjoys the company of her human.

If you are interested in Cha Cha please submit an application at www.drwb.org
Only serious adopters please, we promise this girl a forever loving family that believes in training with love and positive reinforcement. Cha Cha deserves that and more.

About Dog Rescue Without Borders / Rescate Sin Fronteras

About Our Rescue Group...

Our Mission

Dog Rescue Without Borders is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization which consists of a group of dedicated volunteers. We rescue homeless, abused, neglected & abandoned dogs from the streets and high-kill shelters; rehabilitate dogs by providing quality foster care and medical attention; and finding permanent and loving homes. We are committed to providing spay / neuter education; raising the public’s awareness of overpopulation, and responsible ownership.

Our Website

Our Adoption Application Page

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our pets are all cared for in foster homes. While in foster care, their foster family is making sure they receive lots of tender loving care and have any veterinary needs taken care of. This also gives the foster family an opportunity to learn about the dog's personality, so we can better assist you in selecting a dog that will be the best fit for you and your family.

Our Adoption Process...

Step 1
Fill application at our website

Step 2
Submit your adoption application to us. It may take a few days before your application is processed and you receive a response back.

Step 3
If your application is approved, we will call you to schedule a "Meet & Greet".

If we have an upcoming adoption event.

We will set a time for you to come meet the dog that day, usually on Saturdays. Please make sure you take any family members and other dogs to see how the initial introduction goes.

If we DON’T have an upcoming adoption event.

And you have other dogs:
We will schedule to meet you, any family members, and other dogs near your home first; this makes the entry into the new home easier for the dog and for your family.

And you don’t have any other dogs:
We will schedule to meet you and any family members at your home.

Step 4
Meet your prospective new pet. Spend time with them and see how it goes.

Step 5
If your "Meet & Greet" goes well and you wish to adopt; you will complete an adoption contract at the appointment. We ask for a suggested adoption donation to help us cover spay/neutering, shots, medical treatment, food, supplies and temporary care. These suggested donation amounts only partially cover the cost of expenses involved. Your donation is tax deductible. It’s that easy!

Step 6
Take your new best friend home! Congratulations – you have saved a special life.

What if the adoption doesn't work out?
You can return any of our dogs as we don't want to see them turned into a shelter. The application process helps prevent such an issue, so it's very important that you are honest when answering the questions.

Not all dogs are compatible in all situations, so it is imperative that you are forthright in the application process to find the right match. However, be sure you are ready to make a full commitment to adopting a dog, whether a puppy or an adult.

It can take up to a few weeks for a dog to really adjust to his/her new environment. A lot really depends on the dog's past so the prospect of adopting should be well-thought-out & the commitment should be taken seriously.