British Chihuahua Club Rescue Association
Registered Charity registration number 1094417
How to Contact Us
If you're thinking of adopting a Rescue dog:
This isn't the place to pick up a desirable Chihuahua on the cheap! Many of the dogs
that we rescue are getting on in years, or may have health or behavioural problems, so if
you are after an adorable baby puppy or a potential star of the dog shows then perhaps you
should be looking elsewhere. These are just dogs who find themselves without an
owner, who need a safe home with someone to love them, and can be very rewarding to take on,
because a Chihuahua has a lot of love to give their owner in return.
If you would like to offer a new home to a dog that needs one, you should
write to the Coordinator of the British Chihuahua Club Rescue Association
(BCCRA), at the address below, enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope and requesting
a 'Rescue Adoption Registration Form'. To save time and postage, instead you can
click here to download a copy.
The completed form should be returned to this address:
British Chihuahua Club Rescue Association|
Old Brighton Road South
Pease Pottage, W Sussex
Or email: email@example.com
You can also use these contact details if you want us to find a new home for a Chihuahua
(or need to contact the BCCRA for any other reason).
Please note - we are a charity (no. 1094417) and want as much
as possible of the money raised for Chihuahua Rescue to be
spent on that, rather than on expenses like postage.
If you need a reply when you write to us, do please
enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope.
Contacting British Chihuahua Rescue by phone:
Rescue is run by unpaid volunteers who give a great deal of their time, but have to fit in
this work around a normal family life. You may feel they could easily spare a few
minutes for a chat on the phone, but unfortunately there are so many people who think
the same that the constant calls can become impossible to cope with.
So if you need to contact Chihuahua Rescue for any reason, unless it's
genuinely unavoidable please email us, or write to the Coordinator at the above address
(enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope if you need a reply). If you really have
to speak to someone by phone:
Rescue telephone number 01444 400384
or email us at