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CHIHUAHUA RESCUE AND TRANSPORT INC Overview
Chihuahua Rescue & Transport has no paid staff, no buildings and spends 94 - 98% of its money on veterinary care. It was founded after the Taco Bell ads produced a dramatic increase in impulse buying of Chihuahuas, many of whom were later "dumped" as people discovered that even small dogs need care and training. CRT helps in the effort to control dog overpopulation by spaying/neutering all dogs in its care and by educating/encouraging the public to do the same. We also strive to raise public awareness of animal neglect and abuse.
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CRT is a very unorganized organization. There is no way to contact anyone who works there other than email address--no physical address or phone numbers. I inquired about adopting a specific dog about a week ago and still have not heard back. It really is a shame that their organization is so ...
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Per the Northwest Regional Director, Laura Hasenstan in Cincinnati, Ohio, it is not permitted to allow anyone to adopt a Chihuahua who has a child under the age of 16 in their home.
The only exception to this rule is if the Child has "previous experience" with a Chihuahua living in the home.
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