Do you want to adopt a Chihuahua in the state of Florida? Well, you’re going to need to identify a rescue to do so.
That’s why I decided to pull together a directory of all the Florida Chihuahua Rescues, so they can be found and accessed in one place. See it as a directory if you will.
So, without further ado, onto the rescues!
Limbo Chihuahuas – Chihuahua Rescue
A registered 501c3 nonprofit – a rescue specifically for Chihuahuas and Chihuahua Mixes, located in the Tampabay area of Florida.
Mailing Address: 6800 Gulfport Blvd S #201-105, South Pasadena FL 33707
This non-profit does not physically rescue dogs, but publicize Chihuahuas in need of Rescue or a new home. Here is their page of Chihuahuas listed for adoption in Florida:
Florida Chihuahua Rescue
Another organization that does not physically rescue dogs, but publicizes Chihuahuas in need of Rescue or a new home. Here is their site dedicated to Florida Chihuahuas:
Florida Little Dog Rescue Group
Florida Little Dog Rescue is an organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of unwanted, abandoned, and abused little dogs of various breeds. They are based in Florida and often have Chihuahuas up for adoption.
Mailing Address: PO Box 702364, St. Cloud, FL 34770
Contact: email@example.com, 407-279-1127
A Place Of Hope Rescue
A Place of Hope is a dog adoption organization of various breeds; it’s worth contacting to see whether they have any Chihuahuas available for adoption.
They also run weekly adoption events on Saturdays from 11-3 at Pet Supermarket on 9th Avenue in Pensacola. This offers you the opportunity to meet with dogs before your formal application.
Address: 8160 Briese Lane, Pensacola, Florida 32514, United States
So there you have it.
A list of Chihuahua Rescues to contact.
And I do thoroughly recommend that is the course of action you take, first.
Call them up, send them an email.
Most of those listed above are not shelters. They do not have a kennel or a facility to visit to see the dogs.
Instead, Chihuahuas and other small dogs are fostered in individual homes, and visiting is not typically possible until after application/interview.
So, do contact each one ahead of time.
Make some inquiries first and foremost.
But all in all, I hope this directory is useful.
If you do feel I have missed a rescue, send me an email. I’ll get it added to the list!
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.