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My name is Chico!
I'm being cared for by
Animal Adoption Society, Inc.
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Chihuahua
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
Age
2 years 8 months old, Young
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 15 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Needs experienced adopter
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained
Small blue checkmark Has special needs

My story

*PLEASE READ THEIR ENTIRE DESCRIPTION* * * AN APPLICATION IS REQUIRED **

CHICO WILL REQUIRE AN EXPERIENCED ADOPTER HE WILL STILL REQUIRE WORK ON TRUST, CONFIDENCE & BEING COMFORTABLE SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY, PLEASE


This pet is being fostered in PICAYUNE, MS. An application can be found on our website. (animaladoptionsociety.net) Adoption fee is $175

Chico came to us from a nearby shelter. He was taken from a hoarder. He had lived his entire, short life in a trailer, with no human contact. He had not even been outside. He has been with us for several months and we have worked with him. He is very shy and fearful of anyone new. Though, in recent months he has gotten much better, even allowing a pet or a lick of the hand. His foster has worked with him since we got him. When he first came to us, he hid and was too afraid to be around anyone. He now likes to be with everyone. He will allow you to pet him on his terms. Especially if there is another dog/cat, then he wants in on the action. He will allow his fosters to pet him all over, even his belly. He still cannot be picked up. Foster is still working on this. However, once he knows you, he will allow you to pet him, sits on the sofa with you or gets in the bed. Most recently, has periodically started to lie next to or on his fosters' lap. (Huge improvement!) He has come a very long way. He is still not sure of outside, so he uses pee pads. He is very good about using them. He now goes outside with his foster family in a fenced backyard, He is now starting to play with toys. He does well at mealtime. He knows the routine and waits for his bowl or treat. He is very "monkey see/monkey do" so a home with another dog or two would help him feel comfortable, adjust and build confidence. He is pretty smart. More one on one attention is what he needs, than being in foster with many others. We feel he is ready to go to someone aware that he still needs works and/or familiar with helping a dog adjust, trust and feel comfortable. This poor little guy did not even know what it was to be a dog until we got him, He does go outside with his foster family in a fenced yard. He is right by his foster, following them all around. He is not comfortable with small children, so we recommend a home with children over 10+ years old. We will be happy to answer any questions, just email us. Chico deserves a chance. He is very young and full of love he doesn't even know how to give yet. He is a work in process. He loves elderly and quiet people. He is a very handsome, quiet little dog.

He is UTD shots, neutered, housebroken (pee pads), micro-chipped and heartworm (-)

We do accept PayPal. CHECK US OUT ON facebook. AAS is an approved (CFC) Combined Federal Campaign Fund Charity, CFC Code 65700. Be sure to like us on facebook.com/animaladoptionsociety

Animal Adoption Society is a non-profit animal rescue group. We operate strictly on the assistance of volunteers. We do not have a facility/shelter or set visiting hours to see the animals. All of the animals in our care are placed in foster homes of volunteers. If you are interested in an animal, please contact AAS to make a mutually convenient appointment. Please read the pet description for information on each pet. Our pets are placed in foster homes in Louisiana and Mississippi. An application can be found on our website (animaladoptionsociety.net)

Rescue

Animal Adoption Society, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Picayune, MS 39466
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

You can find an application on our website, animaladoptionsociety.net. Click the "Adoption Application" tab to access the fill-in form.

2.

Approve Application

Once your application has been reviewed, if approved, we will then move forward with the adoption process.

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Once your application has been approved, we contact you to set up a time to finalize the adoption.

Additional adoption info

We require an application, from there the application is reviewed, if the applicant is approved, then a contract is completed and an application fee is required. Our adoption fees range from $100-$175. We offer reduced rates for animals that have been with us for over a year and our cat adoption fees are $25. All animals in our care have been fully vetted, spay/neutered and receive the necessary medical care in order to have them adoption ready.

Go meet their pets

Wal Mart, Picayune, MS, 3rd Saturday of every month (weather permitting) Pearl River Nursing Home and Hospital, Hwy 11 Poplarville, MS. 3rd Saturday of every month (we bring pets to visit with the residents and patients)

More about this rescue

Begun in 1994, (St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana) the AAS is a small non-profit 501(c)(3), no-kill rescue group dedicated to helping abused, abandoned, orphaned & neglected companion animals by fostering them until they can be adopted into loving homes. We began working in the Picayune/Poplarville, MS, area in late 2005, following Hurricane Katrina. Since then, we have struggled to build our rescue group back up with finding volunteers and placing the many animals in our care into forever homes. Each animal is spayed/neutered, vaccinated & receives any other medical care that may be necessary. Each animal is placed in a foster home. We do not have a facility. These services keep the animals from being unnecessarily euthanized (destroyed) and stops the over population of animals. We work strictly from donations and help of volunteers/foster homes. We are always in need of donations and volunteers/foster homes. The more volunteers & foster homes we have, the more animals we can care for.

Other pets at this rescue

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