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Domino Effect Animal Rescue
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Facts about me

Chihuahua/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)
Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Bitsy is just 7lbs, 4 years old and so adorable! We rescued her after she was abandoned in a canyon and we are surprised she survived! Unfortunately, her eye was injured somehow and our vet said that it needed to be removed. (Most of the photos were before the eye was removed). She is all healed now and isn't affected at all. Her remaining eye gets dry and she does take drops daily for it since it is all she has left and we want that one to stay healthy! After all she has been through, Bitsy can be nervous of new people. She tends to prefer the company of women and, once she knows you are safe, she will become very attached! She loves to snuggle and be right by your side at all times! She sometimes even curls up under the blankets with you in bed! She also likes to sit on the back of the couch right by your head like a kitty! Bitsy has been around other animals and gets along fine but she has no interest in being friends. She avoids others and just wants her person. She doesn't like to share the attention though. Bitsy would prefer to be the only pet of the house but could go to a home with other pets that are more independent. We think a home with small children would be too much for her. As she gets comfortable, she is starting to play and get active too! She loves tearing up toys! Bitsy is spunky and sassy but she would also be content just hanging out all day. She doesn't require a lot of exercise. Bitsy is crate trained and housebroken. She is quiet and never barks! She is spayed, already vaccinated and microchipped. If you're interested in meeting Bitsy, fill out an adoption application on our website at We also do trial adoptions so you can make sure she is a good fit for your home before you officially adopt!October 1, 2022, 9:37 pm


Domino Effect Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Temecula, CA 92592

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Go to our website to fill out an Adoption Application! We will review your app and, if your home is a good match for the pet, we well email you to set up a meeting with your family and current pets. If all goes well at the meeting, we offer a foster to adopt program where you can take home the pet you're interested in for up to two weeks to make sure he/she is a good fit for your home and is welcomed by your other current animals. We just ask that you leave the adoption fee as a deposit before taking your pet home. Any time within the two weeks, if you decide the pet is a perfect addition to your family, let us know and sign the Adoption Contract, we will hand over all vaccine paperwork, and the pet is yours! (If you decide the pet is not for you, the deposit will be returned in full) Adoption Fees: $400 for puppies (6mo or younger) $350 for adult dogs $250 for senior dogs (8+years) $150 for kittens (6mo or younger) $125 for adult cats $100 for senior cats

Go meet their pets

Potential adopters must submit an application before setting up a private meeting with that specific animal. Once application is reviewed, we will email to make arrangements to set the date/time. We ask that the entire family and current pets are present. Meetings are held at the animals location or at your home. We also have adoption shows occasionally where you can come down and meet some of our adoptable pets. Please check our Facebook page at to find out when our next show will be!

More about this rescue

Domino Effect Animal Rescue is a 501c3 non profit, no kill animal rescue located in Temecula Valley, California dedicated to saving the lives of animals in county shelters. By taking in some of these homeless animals, we hope to ease the overcrowding in shelters which leads to euthanasia. We provide care and love to all animals that enter our rescue as they await their loving, forever homes. Each animal is spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and examined by a licensed veterinarian. Some animals require more medical care than the basics and we help them heal so that they can live healthy lives with their next family. We also work on basic obedience and socialization skills to help each pet develop desired behaviors for their future family.