My name is Bingo!

Pekingese Dog for adoption in Inver Grove, Minnesota - Bingo
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I'm being cared for by:
PNC Rescue

Facts about Bingo

  • Breed: Pekingese
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10646972

 Hi!  My name is Bingo!  I am a Pekingese. I am a gorgeous, fawn colored fellow. I am 7 years young. I am quite nervous around kids  so I should probably go to a home without children.

 I am ready for my furever home.

I want a family of my own to love and cherish. Could that be you?

Please check back for updates. They will post more as they get to me.

11/13/16-From the foster mom-

We call Bingo our little lion around the house! He was very shy and unsure when he first got to our house, but has really opened up. He seems pretty scared of our toddler, and I'm not sure he would do well in a home with lots of commotion. He would certainly be fine with kids coming to visit, as long as they respected his space. The loud toys seem to really startle him more than anything. I envision him in a home with a retired family. He has a lot of spunk left. He tries to play with us a few times a day by play bowing and being silly. He is potty trained and kennel trained. I could see him in a home with or without dogs, he seems rather ambivalent about the dogs in our home, but it could be he just hasn't had a chance to get to know them. He is very food motivated and loves his treats!

My adoption donation is $ 300 + $ 20.63 Tax.

All dogs are current on core vaccines, spayed/neutered, heartworm tested and on preventative, micro-chipped and if recommended by a Vet, have had a dental cleaning and other treatment to get and keep them healthy while in the rescue’s care. All dogs are living in foster homes and house manners, including potty training and any behavioral issues are being worked on.  But we never say our dogs are 100% house- trained as when they transition to a new home there can be accidents while they adjust to a new environment and schedule.  

PNC Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit and any and all donations over and above the adoption donation are tax deductible.  We have a large group of dogs in our Furever Foster program that acts as a foster based sanctuary for dogs not likely to be adopted.  The rescue keeps these dogs healthy, comfortable and on necessary medications with necessary treatments for life.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us via email, and remember we are all volunteers.  Your patience is appreciated!  



About PNC Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

PNC Rescue is a small dog rescue organization made up of volunteers located throughout the Midwest area.

Our group is dedicated to the breeds of Pekingese and Japanese Chin, and our purpose is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, abandoned, neglected and surrendered dogs. These dogs are provided with the attention, care and medical treatment necessary including spaying/neutering, until a permanent home can be found.

Our organization consists of volunteers and relies on public donations to provide medical treatment for the dogs in our care. 100% of all donations go to the benefit of the animals.

Our Adoption Process...

Anyone interested in adopting one of our pets will need to fill out our online adoption application found at our website:

We have a process in which we check references you have provided us on your application and perform a home visit. An approved adopter will then need to sign an adoption contract and provide us with full payment of the adoption fee. All dogs are spayed/neutered and are brought up-to-date on all their shots before they leave our care.

It is extremely rare, but if, after all our efforts and yours, an adoption doesn't work out we ask that the dog be returned to us and we confirm that we will take the dog back providing a cushion for both.