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My name is Chyna!

Chinese Crested/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix Dog for adoption in Palm Desert, California - Chyna
Photo 1 - Chinese Crested/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix Dog for adoption in Palm Desert, California - Chyna
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Loving All Animals

Facts about Chyna

  • Breed: Chinese Crested/Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) Mix
  • Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
This is a MIXED breed dog with traits of the Chinese Crested. Chyna just had puppies, and was dumped into a high kill shelter. We rescued her, and she is now in a foster home. She has a bit of separation problem. (rightly so), but loves other dogs and all humans.
She is about 2 year old, and 19 pounds. She is a high energy girl, and would love walks and a big yard to romp in. Tail wagger. Good family dog.

About Loving All Animals

About Our Rescue Group...

MISSION STATEMENT
Our Mission is to bring together local and national animal welfare organizations to work together for the benefit of animals.

COMPANY OVERVIEW
This is what we do to make a difference:

E-ADOPT NETWORK:
Through our email networking, we receive and send photos, descriptions and details of animals that are available for adoption. Thousands of dogs, cats, birds, horses, rabbits and other pets have found loving homes through our networking efforts.

ADOPTION FAIRS:
We organize and sponsor public events where local shelters can bring animals that are ready for adoption.

SPEARHEAD:
We coordinate groups, non-profits, individuals and veterinarians to help one another when special needs for animals arise.

RAISE FUNDS:
We plan special events to raise funds in order to assist local animals groups in need.

Our Adoption Process...

The potential adopter calls (760-834-7000), e-mails (info@lovingallanimals.org), or stops by the Loving All Animals office to ask for more information about the animal they are interested in adopting. Usually they speak with our office manager.

The next step is to set up a "Meet-and-Greet". A place and time are agreed to by the office manager and the potential adopter.

If it seems like a good pairing, the potential adopter fills out our adoption application and pays the adoption donation. Best of all, they get a new friend.