ALICE

  • Breed: Chihuahua
  • D.O.B.: 4/4/20
  • Current Weight: 7.2 lbs
  • Sex: Female
  • Estimated Adult Size: Small
  • Spayed
  • Microchipped
  • Age appropriate vaccinations
  • Good with small Dogs/Cats
  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS –  fully fenced, secure, private yard with room to run. 

NORAH

  • Breed: Chihuahua
  • D.O.B.: 4/4/20
  • Current Weight: 5.8 lbs
  • Sex: Female
  • Estimated Adult Size: Small
  • Spayed
  • Microchipped
  • Age appropriate vaccinations
  • Good with small  Dogs/Cats
  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS –  fully fenced, secure, private yard with room to run. 

💗 ALICE & NORAH 💗

After being dumped by their previous owners in a high kill shelter in Texas. Norah & Alice found themselves in a cold, concrete den surrounded by chain link fencing and loud neighboring big dogs. They were absolutely, heart-breakingly terrified – and rightfully so. These tiny precious girls did not deserve to be in this cold scary place! Our rescue was able to jump in and grab these two girls cowering in the corner, and get them into foster care as quickly as possible. Together, they snuggled and looked to each other for reassurance as they came to Colorado. Since being in foster care for 3 weeks, their little personalities are really coming out. Norah is the smaller of the two, weighing in at just over 5 lbs. But don’t let her size fool you, she knows how to tell her foster brothers to knock it off! Norah loves her toys, and emptying the toy bin with her sister is one of her favorite things to do!  Then her and her sister, Alice wrestle and playing tug of war with their favorite toy. Norah is also a snuggler, and isn’t afraid to let you know. She will climb up on your chest while you sit on the couch, and get right in your face to let you know she needs some love. Alice weighs in at just over 7 lbs and has these beautiful, soulful eyes that will just melt your heart. Alice is a bit more shy, and looks to her sister for reassurance. Alice loves her toys too, and she gets the zoomies several times a day when she goes outside to play. Her foster mom can’t decide if she likes to be chased or if she likes chasing one of her foster brothers more. It is so fun to watch Alice play, and her sister, Norah, usually gets in on the chase. Since the girls are so small and their previous home was less than ideal, these girls will need a special adopter(s). They will need someone to provide them with a safe & loving home while providing reassurance and continued training. From some of their behaviors, we think they were kenneled for extended periods of time, so of course we would not want that in their forever home. They are also still quite young, so they can get into trouble if left unsupervised and without something to keep them busy. We are currently working on potty training with a potty pad by the back door incase the foster mom is distracted, and the girls are doing great! With the main floor of their foster home being wood or tile, the girls will only go on the potty pad if foster mom is not paying attention. They have learned to whine or bark when they need to poop! Yeah! So far the kennel is a no go, but will stay in a pen for short periods of time. It really helps to give them a bully stick or a kong with peanut butter. As a rescue, we feel strongly that a pet is an important member of the family and should be given a loving and safe home environment (inside & out), and to provide necessary training to keep everyone in the family happy & safe. There is nothing better than a well trained and socialized dog! This will take time and commitment, but the rewards are priceless! These girls are priceless! ❤️  Fill out an adoption application, and come see for yourself how wonderful these tiny little girls are!

KNOWN HISTORY – It was positively SOUL CRUSHING to see these dogs in the Amarillo shelter. They were terrified and cowering in the corner. It took about 30 minutes, and some yummy hotdogs for one of them to finally be brave enough to approach rescuers. We knew they couldn’t stay there, there was no hope for them. WE were that hope. We saw the urgent plea for help in their eyes, so we brought them home. And thank God we did, because now we get to see a glimpse into who they really are! TAKE TIME TO MEET THE SCARED ONES, MY FRIENDS!

Won’t you please consider adding these precious, sweet, loving little girls to your family? If you are not quite ready to add a new member to your family, won’t you please #SHARE our adoptable kiddos on social media? You never know when your share is the share that will bring them home.

  • Alice’s adoption fee is $350 
  • Norah’s adoption fee is $350

If adopted TOGETHER, under contract to never separate them, the adoption fee will be reduced to $200 per dog.

Adoption fee includes spay, microchip with free lifetime registration, age appropriate vaccinations, dewormers, and heartworm prevention started. They will come home with a hobo bag of things to help them get started in their new furever home(s). You can apply to welcome them into your family by completing an adoption application below.

Please understand that adopting from P.R.A.R. means FOREVER. Please do NOT apply if you do not have the time to properly train and exercise a dog (now and in the future) or if you do not meet the minimum adoption requirements for the dog in which you are applying.

🚩APPLICATIONS NOT COMPLETED PROPERLY AND ENTIRELY WILL NOT BE PROCESSED🚩 Please read each question carefully and answer thoroughly!

Please visit our FAQ section to answer your most common questions, including:

  • Preview our adoption contract
  • Read about home visits
  • Read about what all goes into the dogs that we save
  • Learn why we require a fully fenced yard
  • Learn how to keep your new dog SAFE after adoption