My name is Frack!

Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Van Nuys, California - Frack
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Rescue From The Hart

Facts about Frack

  • Breed: Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
SupercaliFRACKilicious! Frack is a spunky little fellow weighing in at right around 7 pounds. This guy is full of personality once he gets to know you. Like some of the greatest humans, Frack is timid at the beginning and he will let you know he wants to take the intro a bit slow. All bets are off once the connection has been established! This boy will be your bestie and loves to cuddle when he isn’t sunbathing or playing with his fur-panions. Speaking of fur-panions, Frack is friendly with dogs of all sizes with a proper intro. Frack is crate trained, house trained and walks like a champ on the leash. Frack is going bald at his ripe old age of one year due to a genetic dog form of male patterned baldness. With or without fur, this guy is unbelievably handsome and would make a great addition to your family!

If you're interested in adopting this pet please fill out our matchmaking questionnaire ( We are volunteer based and will do our best to get back to you within 72 hours. Please do not call as our phone is intended for emergencies only. If we feel that one of our dogs is a good match we will set up a private meet and greet We do not have a physical location where you can come and meet all the dogs at once, so meet and greets may take a little time to coordinate. Our requested adoption donation is $300 and all adopters are required to fill out an adoption agreement.

About Rescue From The Hart

About Our Rescue Group...

Rescue From The Hart is a non-profit, no-kill rescue organization based in Los Angeles, CA.
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The Rescue Promise

There is an old Chinese proverb that states: “If you save a life, you are responsible for that life”. Rescue From The Hart honors this philosophy with every animal that we rescue. When we say “yes” to a dog or cat in need, we are making a promise that we will provide them with anything they need to be happy and healthy, for the rest of their life. This means never cutting corners, never take the easy way out and never looking at one of our rescued as just another number. We make the same commitment to our adopters by going the extra mile to help educate them, support them during tragedies, and be there to offer solutions if their lives happen to get turned upside down.

When you support Rescue From The Hart, you help enable us to continue making the “Rescue Promise” to homeless and abandoned pets everywhere!

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Come Meet Our Pets...

*Meet n' Greets are available by appointment only. Please complete our matchmaking questionnaire FIRST and we will contact you to setup a meet and greet if we feel you are the right match for one of our dogs..

Our Adoption Process...

We pride ourselves as matchmakers and do our best to assist adopters in finding the perfect pet to for within our family.

Thank you for your interest in adopting from Rescue From The Hart. Below you will find information about the adoption process.

1. Complete an online Matchmaking Questionnaire
After we receive your questionnaire, our adoption counselor will get in touch with you to discuss a potential meet and greet.

2. If all goes well with the meet and greet, we will schedule a Home Visit. We conduct a home visit to ensure that they will be living in a safe environment and to give you tips about how to best introduce the cat/dog to your home and make the transition as easy as possible.

3. Adoption Agreement and Donation: Next, both the adopter and RFTH sign an adoption agreement and the adopter provides an adoption donation of at least $300.