Dogs available for adoption:

Chihuahua Rescue Midwest has listed the animals below as a courtesy to a third party. Chihuahua Rescue Midwest has not met or evaluated this/these animals and cannot and will not make any representations or warranties about the animal or placement of the animal. The posting of this animal should not be construed as a dog with Chihuahua Rescue Midwest.
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We do adopt dogs to homes outside of the local area under some circumstances, but we prefer to have our dogs adopted locally. 
 One of our responsibilities as a rescue group is to be there for adoptive family, to help them with any problems or questions that might come up. We also require the adoptive family to sign a contract agreeing to return the dog back to the rescue, at any time, for any reason, if they are unable to keep the dog. That can be difficult to accomplish when the dog is living outside of the local area. 
 We also require a home visit to be completed before we can place a dog. Distance is a factor in whether or not the required home visit can be completed because we are a 100% volunteer run organization. 
 We do have volunteer contacts in many areas but some areas may be more difficult for us to locate a volunteer to conduct the home visit. Furthermore, we do NOT ship our rescues, all adoptive families would need to travel to the St. Louis, MO area to meet their adoptive dog.

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Momacits is only about 1 year old and already had her first set of puppies. She just want to be dogs and not mommie! She love to play and is great with older kids, dogs and cats.  If you sit at night and watch Netflix, you will find her curled up next to you and just be as happy as  can be. Adoption fee is  $350

This is Oreo and she was found walking the highway alone. She is about 10 lbs. and an older girl. But, she is a low maintenance companion. Can you offer this senior girl a quiet home where she can fill loved. 



10 lbs.



8 yrs

Oliver is slow to warm up. Once he is comfortable with you he will become a lap dog. He seems to be housebroken. NO CHILDREN PLEASE.