top

My name is Bingo!

Pomeranian/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Palatine, Illinois - Bingo
Photo 1 - Pomeranian/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Palatine, Illinois - Bingo
Photo 2 - Pomeranian/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Palatine, Illinois - Bingo
Photo 3 - Pomeranian/Chihuahua Mix Dog for adoption in Palatine, Illinois - Bingo
Add me to your favorites

I'm being cared for by:
Illinois Animal Rescue

Facts about Bingo

  • Breed: Pomeranian/Chihuahua Mix
  • Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Hi, my name is Bingo and I am about a year old. I am a PomChi. I look like a winking at you but I have a story on why my eye or eyes are doing what they are doing or not doing. One day I was running around loose in the town where I lived and I got hit by a car. My eyes got hurt. The Elgin police picked me up and took me the vet for help instead of the shelter because I needed surgery right away. They tried to save my eye. I had surgery and we had to wait to see if my eye(s) got better. Meanwhile, my owners came looking for me but because they couldn’t afford my care they relinquished me over to Rescue. There was a chance that I was going to need more care after my 1st surgery, possibly another surgery which is what happened and they couldn’t afford it so a Rescue had to step in to help me. So that’s how I because a Rescue dog. I had my 2nd surgery but unfortunately my eyes didn’t get better. One eye was taken away and the other eye was left with me because it gives me the balance or rhythm a dog needs to know things – that’s what my vet says. My foster Mom can explain that better than me. I am learning how to get along without my eyesight and I am doing really well. Dogs adjust very well. I listen for my foster Mom’s voice and I feel for her legs and more importantly I use my nose for everything. The one thing I need help with is going up and down stairs. When I 1st came to my foster home I wasn’t potty trained but my foster Mom had to teach me that and now I have learned that. There is another dog that lives here and we share my foster Mom’s lap and the doggie pillow. There is a cat that lives here but because I can’t see her I don’t chase her. I’m a quiet boy that likes to snuggle and be held. I hope one day I have a family that can love me and give me a home again. I hope that home keeps me really secure and that I never become a stray again. I never want to be picked up by the police again. Even though I didn’t have to go to the shelter it’s scary for little dogs to be left all alone. I like being taken care of by people and more importantly loved by so many people. Now that all my surgeries are done there is no more extra care that is needed. The only care I need is love, love and more love! Anyone can supply that with a big heart. So please call my foster Mom and come meet me! Xoxo, Bingo

Bingo is located in our foster home in Mokena. Please visit our website to view our adoption process and our adoption fees at www.illinoisanimalrescue.org

About Illinois Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a group of individuals, groups, volunteers, workers, veterinarians, independent rescuers, humane investigators, transporters, a coalition of humane societies, shelters, humane organizations, shelters, not-for profit organizations, pounds, well... Just regular people, scattered throughout the state of Illinois and beyond. We strive for the rescue and humane care and treatment of the animals in our community, state and throughout our country. Together we are savings over 7,000 lives yearly.

Illinois Animal Rescue, Inc. is 501(c)(3), not for profit and no-kill.

Our goals are to ensure that every animal is treated with the respect that they deserve; to educate our communities on the importance of spaying or neutering their pets to solve the pet overpopulation problem; the humane treatment and care of all animals and the rescue and transportation of the many animals that are being put to death in our communities every day, due to no fault of their own.

We are so very appreciative of your support, and will continue to grow our network bigger and better in 2011. In the coming year, we will continue our goal to rescue every single animal in Illinois, gain exposure for the pounds in need and develop good relationships with only the best rescues that meet our criteria.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Locations and Events Vary
Please visit our Facebook Page for more information

Our Adoption Process...

Cats & Kittens - $120 or 2 for $200
Dogs $275
Puppies $350