Ruff Ruff! My name is Ozzie
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
|Breed:||Chihuahua Mix||Color:||White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less||Sex:||Male|
Hi, my name is Ozzie.
I am a 2 yr old male neutered Chihuahua who is also UTD on shots.
My little cousin and I were rescued the day before we were going to be taken to the pound. I heard about that place and I'm thankful I didn't end up there. My little cousin, Little Bit, was already adopted and now they call her Rosie. She's got a great new family and I'm a bit jealous of her. I want my forever home. In my foster home I have learned about trust again. I love to cuddle and hang out on your lap. Let me get to know you and I'll be your forever friend. I currently live with 6 other dogs. I get along with other dogs but mostly like the little ones. The big ones make me feel so small. My adoption fee is $150. Please contact BHLP if interested in giving me a wonderful forever home!
Rescue Group Info...
ARF (Animal Rescue Friends) is a foster based rescue. We are committed to do what we can to help save the lives of dogs that may be put to sleep. We will not over-extend ourselves and take on more then we have fosters for. We also will not board dogs. We are also in the process of getting our 501c3.
Donations can be made directly to our vets: Aztec Animal Hospital (480) 945-6800 Sun Valley Hope (623) 512-4673 **Please let them know the donation is for Animal Rescue Friends so it just credited to the correct account ***
If interested in adopting; please fill out an Adoption Application located on our website animalrescuefriends.org. Once approved for the adoption there is an Adoption Contract that will be filled out. Our adoption donation fees depend on the dog (usually between $160 - $250) and we are cash only. Most importantly is that we want to find the perfect home for our dogs!
Animal Rescue Friends (ARF) is a foster-based no-kill dog rescue. We save dogs from the local shelters as well as take in owner surrenders when we have available fosters.