Vicki’s Village is dedicated to finding the absolute correct home for our animals. We do require a home check prior to finalizing an adoption, which can be done via Skype of Video Messenger for convenience. Our process is as follows:
Meet & Greet/Home Check
Adoption Contract & Donation
Our average adoption rate is $150. The animal will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
Please contact us for an adoption application for the animal you are interested in!
Please review our Adoption Application, Click HERE
REX’S ADOPTION IS 50% OFF!!!
Rex is a happy, cuddly, spunky little corgi / chihuahua mix! He is approximately 7 years old and is neutered and up to date on all of his shots! Rex spent most of his life on a ranch, where he was continuously used for breeding, and later abandoned. Due to cataracts, he is missing partial vision. He is good with other dogs and cats, but would do best in a home with no small children. Rex had a small, cancerous tumor on his side that has recently been removed. He is cancer free!
Rex loves to cuddle and would be happy to sleep with you or another furry companion. He’s currently housed at the rescue facility and is anxiously waiting to meet you.
Smitty and Patches
These two cookie seniors are only available for adoption as a duo. They have been together their whole lives, and we made a commitment to their former owner that they would stay together, no matter what.
Smitty is a senior terrier mix, who is approximately 10 years old. He is already neutered, and up to date on vaccinations. He is partially blind, but still gets to and fro wonderfully! Smitty loves cuddling, playing, sleeping, eating, and demands about 90% of your attention. Smitty is good with small dogs, but is very bossy towards larger animals.
Patches is believed to be a Queensland Dachshund mix. She is approximately 8 years old, and is spayed and up to date on vaccinations. Patches loves to be the Queen, and wears her crown with pride. She is full of energy and very intelligent.
Smitty and Patches would do best in a home with no cats. They get along well with most canines, but prefer human companionship and each other more so than any other creatures. These two are a bonded pair, and will only be adopted out together.