My name is Henry (yes she is a girl)!

Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier/Maltese Mix Dog for adoption in Raytown, Missouri - Henry (yes she is a girl)
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Midwest Animal ResQ

Facts about Henry (yes she is a girl)

  • Breed: Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier/Maltese Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11092631-20170114

Oh this sweet sweet girl!  She was found as a stray, and was one of the worst cases of neglect I have ever seen.  She was matted so tightly, it had cut off circulation to her leg!!  She is on the mend now, and is such a sweet girl!  She is around 10 years old, spayed, had dental cleanings, and had a (clear) blood panel as well!  Her adoption fee is $125 

 We require a completed adoption application, prior to setting up a meeting with any of our pets.  You can find our online forms here:

All of our adult pets go on a  2 week trial adoption to make sure they are the perfect fit for your family. 

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About Midwest Animal ResQ

About Our Rescue Group...

Our main objective is to save as many companion animals as possible from dying needlessly - whether they are abandoned or at risk of being euthanized in City and Rural Shelters.

Animal shelters and rescue groups are regularly overwhelmed by the sheer volume of animals they receive. Those that refrain from euthanizing except in extreme circumstances fill up quickly and have many animals on their waiting lists. Most animal control shelters are obligated to take in all animals brought to them, as well as the strays they pick up. This means that some pets must die to make room for the new arrivals.

Every day we see purebred dogs & cats and adorable mixed breed puppies & kittens put to sleep simply because they weren’t adopted in the short time allotted them in a local shelter. Given another week, or moved to another location, most would surely find homes. Some female dogs & cats are put down just because they’re pregnant!

For this reason, we are in continual rotation of foster animals within our own homes. Volunteers foster many cats, dogs and horses. The placement of these foster animals makes room for others to be saved from bad situations. Due to the lack of space and finances we can only save what our homes will hold. Some fosters can save only one at a time, others can do three or even more. These pets are given a temporary home till we can find them a forever home.

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Our Adoption Process...

We require an signed adoption contract, as well as a vet refrence. Other requirements may apply dependant on the breed. We ask for an adoption fee to help cover the cost of the vet care.