Richardson Rescue, located in York, SC, is a non-profit animal adoption agency dedicated to preserving the sanctity of animal life. While trying to find a forever home for every pet that comes to us, we strive to give owners a better education on pet care, prevent pet neglect/abuse and provide a low cost spay/neuter program for those that can't afford it. Richardson Animal Rescue is a 501C3, non profit, publicly funded rescue.
Meet little Princess! This 4 year old, 5 lb. little girl is the true meaning of a super star. She is a tripod, that not only has three legs but her other front paw is twisted up side down. We do not know how this girl's legs ended up like this, but we do know she has the will to keep going. She is the sweetest little Chihuahua. She gets around to eat, change from crate to bed, go potty on potty pads, and will come to you for loving!!! She is a smart girl who has not let her disability stop he from being her adorable, sassy self. She does great with the dogs here at the rescue and will do great with a laid back family. She had been spayed, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and ready to show you what she is made of, pure love. Please fill out and adoption application at Richardsonrescue.org and make this great girl apart of your family.
Adoption Process All potential applicants must fill out an adoption application so that we can verify vet reference, spay neuter of existing pets, personal reference and complete interview process. The interveiw process helps us place the animal into the right enviornment. The adoption contract that is signed by adoption parent and a witness states that there will be no chaining or declawing and all medical needs and prevention requirements will be met.
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