My name is Snow White!

Chihuahua/Pug Mix Dog for adoption in Auburn, California - Snow White
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1 love dog rescue

Facts about Snow White

  • Breed: Chihuahua/Pug Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Meet Snow White 2 year old chihuahua mix. Very loving, waggy tail pup. Friendly, playful, loves kids and great with dogs. She will make a perfect companion and a friend for your kids and family.

This Dog located in foster home in Loomis. Interview - Loomis

Adoption fee is $150 covers spay/neuter, age appropriate shots, worming and microchip. You also get 30 day free pet insurance by PetFirst.

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About 1 love dog rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are group of volunteers started this nonprofit with the idea that we needed to save dogs and puppies at the source. We needed to find them before they got to new breeders or to those who would do them harm. Additionally, knowing how crowded shelters are today we wanted to save them from the almost certain fate of euthanasia resulting from the inability for shelters to house and feed all of the animals that people could not or did not want to continue to maintain. Once we have completed all health and safety checks on the dogs we then attempt to properly re-home them with responsible loving families.

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Our Adoption Process...

The specific purpose of this corporation is dedicated to saving free dogs prior to them being bred by breeders creating puppy mills and prior to free dogs or their offspring being placed into shelters. Our ultimate goal is to stop all dogs and puppies from going to shelters or at a minimum reduce the number to insure humane treatment of the animals and reduce the number being euthanized.