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Power of Chi

Oakland, CA 94605

Contact Angela Ordway
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Power of Chi is an Oakland, CA dog rescue focusing on fostering and finding permanent homes for Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes.

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Adoption fees are $150, which covers spaying or neutering and up to date vaccinations. An initial application must be submitted prior to meeting any of our adoptable Chi's and a home check as well as an adoption contract must be approved for an adoption to be successful.

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About Power of Chi

Power of Chi is a volunteer based foster rescue in Oakland, CA who works to find forever homes for Chihuahuas.

Power of Chi's adopted pets

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