My name is Debo!

Miniature Pinscher/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Griffin, Georgia - Debo
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Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Debo

  • Breed: Miniature Pinscher/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10772856



Miniature Pinscher/Chihuahua mix 3 yrs

Is 17 lbs Full Grown!

Debo was part of a hoarding case & was rescued from a kill shelter

Interaction with dogs: Very good with other dogs. Lives with several other dogs.  Loves to play!

Interaction with children: He is good with all children.

Activity Level: He is moderately active. He loves attention and will play, needs daily walks and play.   

Leash manners: He is learning what a leash is all about.  Has never been on one!  Will learn in time!

Housetraining: He is crate trained and doesn't have any accidents in his crate. He is currently house trained with a doggie door. 

Major Personality Traits: Sweet, Alert and is always ready to do whatever you want!  Submissive, Friendly and wants to please.

 If interested in adopting please call 404-997-2831 or email

About Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc. is staffed entirely by volunteers. Without them, we literally would not exist.
Want to join our team? We’re always looking for people who can share their time and talents with us. Currently, we’re looking for…
• Adoption Coordinators
• Fosters
• Fundraising Managers
• Grant Writers
• Transportation
• Marketing & Communication
Adoption Coordinators
Adoption Coordinators are our volunteers who see each adoption through from start to finish. They play a vital role at Pregnant Dog Rescue!
Coordinators are assigned a specific group of dogs on our site. When an application comes in for one of these dogs, coordinators begin by interviewing the applicant over the phone followed by checking references. If approved, the adoption coordinator puts the applicants and fosters in touch or helps to facilitate a meet and greet with our local dogs.
Each application takes approximately one-hour to process over the course of one to two days on average.
The more dogs we can foster, the more dogs we can save.
We’re always looking for foster caregivers to provide our dogs with safe homes and lots of TLC until they’re adopted.
Click here to learn more. (takes you to a page which will have the FOSTER file text on it)
Fundraising Managers
When we rescue dogs, they often need vaccines, medical treatment and rehabilitation. To help us continue our life saving work, we’re always looking for people with creative fundraising ideas.

Grant Writers
One of the biggest boosts to the work we do comes from grants from organizations like the ASPCA. We need people who can identify grants and help us submit applications.

We often need help getting our dogs to and from the vet, to foster or adoptive homes, and to pet fairs. We also get donations of food, toys and veterinary supplies that need to get delivered from the donor.
Marketing & Communication
One of the simplest ways to help is to spread the word about what we do. Link to our webpage, tweet about us, and tell your friends. We also need someone to post news items on our website.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please feel free to call or email us at anytime! We have no set hours of operation as these babies need constant care so we are always on call.
We pride ourselves in that we are not only here to help the dogs, but people too. We believe that in general the rescue community overlooks that fact. Without other people, we would not be able to help these moms and puppies. We are open and honest and expect others to be the same. We are an open book. We feel that we can contribute greatly to the human bond with all dogs by also creating a bond with the people that cross our paths. This means if you need help, we will do our best to help you and your dog. If you would like to adopt, we are very friendly, open and willing to make things work for you. We do our best to make the best matches possible.

Watch our Doggie's Videos at:

Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc.
138 Covington Rd
Griffin, Ga 30223

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption Policies and Procedures
Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc. receives animals from individuals who are no longer able to care for their pets as well as animals that are lost or abandoned. We are looking for people who are willing to provide permanent, loving homes for these animals.
Please consider carefully the time and money required to own a pet before you make the decision to adopt. Owning a pet is a lifetime commitment.
All animals that are available for adoption have passed an evaluation based on their known history, health and temperament. Animals remain available at our Adoption Centers as long as their good health and behavior continue. There is no time limit for how long an animal may remain on our adoption floors.
• You must be 18 years of age or older to adopt an animal.
• A current photo ID (driver’s license or state ID card) is required to process an adoption.
• All dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, rabbits and ferrets have been spayed/neutered prior to being made available for adoption.
• Pregnant Dog Rescue, unable to reimburse adopters or veterinarians for post-adoption medical expenses. Adopters assume full responsibility for the pet’s care.
• While we hope your pet selection is successful and permanent, we do offer a 10-day trial period from the date of adoption during which you may return the pet for any reason. No refunds will be given.
• If at any time you can no longer care for your pet and cannot find a suitable home, we ask that you return the pet to the Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc..
• Pregnant Dog Rescue, Inc. reserves the right to refuse any adoption.