MO Min Pin Rescue - MO

A Hazelwood, MO 63042 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at MO Min Pin Rescue - MO

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

Denny

Male, Adult
Miniature Pinscher

Cooper

Male, Young
Jack Russell Terrier

Naomi

Female, Adult
Miniature Pinscher

Alex

Male, Senior
Miniature Pinscher

Relic

Male, Adult
Miniature Pinscher

Tara

Female, Senior
Miniature Pinscher

Hair Bear

Male, Adult
Miniature Pinscher

Ricky

Male, Puppy, Special Needs
German Shepherd Dog / Boxer

Murph

Male, Young
Miniature Pinscher

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Areas MO Min Pin Rescue - MO Serves

St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Missouri, Texas, California, Oklahoma, TN,

MO Min Pin Rescue - MO's Adoption Process

We require all prospective adopters to fill out an online adoption application. We require two personal references, your vet information and a home visit. Our adoption fees vary and WE DO NOT ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS. Local adopters take precedence over ones requiring transport. Out-of-state adopters may be asked to pay additional fees to cover a health certificate and transport fees as applicable. WE DO NOT SHIP DOGS. An approved adopter will be required to fill out, and sign a contract with MO Min Pin Rescue Corp.

About MO Min Pin Rescue - MO

MO Min Pin Rescue Corp is an organization dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned dogs from high-kill shelters, owner surrenders, etc.

We rescue dogs, provide them with a loving foster home while we work to find well-matched, carefully screened forever homes.

Medical attention is provided to all dogs prior to adoption to ensure that they are in good health. MO Min Pin Rescue dogs are all spayed or neutered, micro-chipped and are up-to-date on shots.

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