Are you a resident of Texas looking to adopt a Chihuahua?
Wondering what Chihuahua rescues are available to you in the Lone Star State?
Well, this directory guide aims to list them all in one place – providing you with all of the important contact information that you will need to start making inquiries.
This way you can start the process. You can start seeing what is currently available, or at least, get the conversation going.
So without further ado, onto the rescues.
Texas Chihuahua Rescue
Texas Chihuahua Rescue is a foster-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in San Antonio, Texas.
They rescue over 100 dogs per month, mostly Chihuahuas. but they do take in several different other small and toy breed dogs. Occasionally, they will even rescue larger dogs, too.
Ay Chihuahua Rescue
Ay Chihuahua Rescue is an all volunteer-operated, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and re-homing of the Chihuahua breed.
All of their rescued dogs are placed into carefully chosen foster homes where they are rehabilitated in a safe environment, prior to being made ready for forever home adoption.
Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, Inc.
Chihuahua Rescue & Transport (CRT) is a foster-based rescue group that places Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes in approved homes.
They have placed thousands of Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes in approved homes since 1996.
As for most, and all rescues listed here, their dogs are cared for in healthy, safe, and loving foster home environments prior to permanent adoption.
All dogs available through CRT are spayed/neutered, fully vaccinated, heartworm tested, fecal tested, microchipped, on heartworm preventative, and have all other veterinary needs taken care of.
There are three main Chihuahua rescues in Texas.
At least, these are the ones that you should be contacting first and foremost.
They are all reputable, highly knowledgable rescues with many years of practical experience – not just in rescuing, rehabilitation, and rehoming, but with this specific breed in general.
So, do reach out to each rescue and hold some preliminary conversations.
Register your interest and provide any information that each rescue needs to find the right dog for you.
Trust in the process, be patient and be willing and able to wait; this will only ensure that you get the right dog, for you and your circumstances.
And lastly, before you do take a Chihuahua on – be sure you have what it takes to look after and care for this toy breed.
They are lively and courageous so it’s essential that know or are able to develop the means to care for them appropriately.
And with that said, I wish you all of the best in your search for a Chihuahua.
The right one will come when the time is right.
I am a practiced pet owner with decades of experience owning a number of different pets. I am also the main writer and chief editor here at Pet Educate; a site I created to share everything I’ve learned about pet ownership over the years and my extensive research along the way.