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My name is Patches!

Papillon/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Imperial Beach, California - Patches
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Open Arms Rescue

Facts about Patches

  • Breed: Papillon/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10660733
Papillon/Long Hair Chihuahua mix 9 yrs old-8 lbs

Meet Patches. She is a beautiful, active, playful, affectionate girl. She loves to play just look at her Youtube: https://youtu.be/j1_l9v7K_54

Patches came to use at 1 1/2 yrs old, we adopted her out and 8 yrs later we get a call from a shelter all the way up in Fresno telling us she had been dumped there and since the chip was still under our rescue name they were able to trace her back to us. I cannot imagine how anyone could have just dumped her. She is amazing, smart, playful and well trained. She is PERFECT as far as we have seen. Good health etc. She does need an adult home w/no small kids please. So if you want to be her FOREVER home please contact us and fill out the application on our site.
Her adoption fee through our rescue covers her being spayed, microchipped and fully vaccinated. If you would like to find out more please contact us. www.openarmsrescue.org or call 7604707643 and fill out the application on our site





Our adoption fee through our rescue covers the dog being fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed/neutered, dewormed and flea treated. Please call 760-470-7643 Or email us at openarmsrescue@hotmail.com or stop by our website and fill out an online application at www.openarmsrescue.org



About Open Arms Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Become a Foster Volunteer

Why foster?

We operate foster homes all over San Diego county and are currently seeking more foster homes to help with the many dogs in need. In foster care the pet learns not only to trust that food and water are a daily occurrence, but also learns about life in a home. Instead of waiting to be adopted from a barren holding pen, foster animals get a head start in a therapeutic environment where they transition from uncertainty through consistency and gentle care. It is often the first kindness these animals have known. This is the point at which the homeless pet is truly rescued; when they are rehabilitated both physically and physiologically and placed into a loving, responsible and permanent home.

The foster family not only prepares the rescue for home life, but is also able to inform prospective adopters all about the personality of the foster pet. The foster person can pass along information for the adopter, such as whether the dogs are good with kids or cats and whether they will need an active home or a quieter home. Within the foster home the animals' confidence and trust builds. We post our dogs on Petfinder.com, Craigslist and 1800-save-a-pet, so they do get a lot of exposure.

Are foster animals healthy?

None of the animals we place in foster care have transmissible illnesses. They have all been fully vaccinated prior to being released to the foster family. In fact, most of the dogs we rescue are not in need of medical attention, but some do need special care.

Is fostering an animal expensive?

Although we prefer that foster families provide food, we will be happy to donate food to those who need it. Many of our rescued pets simply need good food, a warm bed, consistency, and most of all, lots of love and affection.

We rescue all shapes, sizes, breeds and ages. Each foster person chooses the pet or pets they wish to help. But they must remain committed once they agree to help, As soon as the pet has received all the pre-adoption care it requires, he/she is ready to find its permanent home!

Before you decide to be foster person, consider whether you have the time. Foster pets are "special" and cannot be left alone for long periods of time. Also consider whether you have the support of the whole family and whether you will be able to "let go" when the perfect adopter comes along!

Our Adoption Process...

Please see our adoption application at
http://www.openarmsrescue.org/Adoption-Application.html