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My name is Bambi!

Rat Terrier/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Lodi, California - Bambi
Photo 1 - Rat Terrier/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Lodi, California - Bambi
Photo 2 - Rat Terrier/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Lodi, California - Bambi
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I'm being cared for by:
Hoofs, Paws and Claws Haven

Facts about Bambi

  • Breed: Rat Terrier/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
My rescuers named me Bambi because I looked like a little deer when I was dodging traffic on March Lane in Stockton. I was super scared because my people had just dumped me in front of the Target in a doorless crate with my 6 babies. I had no idea what was going on, so I took off. Some nice Pacific students took me in after they saw me get grazed by a car. Luckily, I was not hurt except for my puppies being missing and my milk filling up and spilling out. The college students knew someone that worked in rescue, so she came and picked me up. We looked for my puppies, but we had no idea that a real nice couple had picked them up at the Target and taken them home for the night. Through the power of social media, my foster found my puppies and we were reunited the next night. Good thing, because my boobies were so full with milk. My puppies are 12 weeks old and starting to find their forever homes. The vet thinks I might be about 3 years old. As soon as my milk dries up, I'll get my teeth cleaned and fixed, and then I'm ready for my forever home too! I'd love nothing more than a nice human lap to call my own. Could it be yours?

About Hoofs, Paws and Claws Haven

About Our Rescue Group...

Hoofs Paws and Claws Haven (HPCH) is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to helping animals in our surrounding community. We rescue a variety of animals, and actively search for their forever homes. This is provided we have a foster home available. We take in dogs from local shelters and also strays. We also provide a safe "haven" for any animal who may not be adoptable.

HPCH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, our tax ID # is 47-3887603. Your donations are fully tax deductible and fund our operations and help pay our vet expenses.

HPCH is dedicated to reducing the number of homeless pets through the spaying/neutering of all our rescued dogs. We provide information on low cost or no cost spay/neuter clinics in our surrounding areas.

Each dog that comes to us has been updated on shots, spayed/neutered and microchipped. Many of our dogs have also been treated for various medical conditions including mange, heart worms, broken bones, neurological issues, etc. One of our dogs can take anywhere from one month to one year to get ready for adoption and the cost for the dogs we take on can range from $150 to several thousand dollars. We take on dogs from shelters that are set to be euthanized for various reasons, including simply that they've been there too long, or they have a medical condition that precludes them from adoption to the public, making them "rescue only." This means only a rescue can pull them from the shelter, but also leaves us to be responsible for any costs for things that the dog requires.

We also take on strays and incur the cost of having them vaccinated, spayed, neutered and microchipped. We take on owner surrenders, dogs who owners can no longer provide care. We insure a safe house for all of the dogs that we take on and provide all needed supplies for the foster homes that care for them until they are to be adopted. We also insure that they never end up in a shelter.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our adoptable dogs live in foster homes and meet and greets are done by appointment only.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process requires an adoption application, a phone screening, meet and greet with animal, a home check and an Adoption Contract and fee.

ADOPTION FEES:
All of our dogs will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being adopted. Our adoption fees are considered to be donations. All donations from adoption go right back into our rescue account, allowing us to continue to help dogs in need. At the bare minimum, the cost to properly vet a dog is $100-150. But some of the dogs we take on are medical or behavioral cases, which can cost several thousand dollars. Because of this, we ask the following adoption fees:
$350 for puppies, which are any dogs under a year old
$150-250 for any adult dog ages over the age of 1