Paco Bell was abandoned by his owners when they moved away and left him behind. Paco Bell appears to be a Jack Russell Terrier or Corgi/Chihuahua Mix. His short coat is mostly white with tan patches and his tail curls over his back. His estimated date of birth is 12/13/06. He weighs approximately 11 pounds. Paco Bell had his teeth cleaned and anal glands expressed. He has cataracts in both eyes and appears to be blind. Also appears to be deaf, but otherwise is healthy, neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped. He is not comfortable with strangers and will take some time to warm up to you. But when he knows and trusts you, he likes to be held and petted. Even though Paco Bell is special needs, he is no trouble and will learn his way around including going outside to go potty. Paco Bell is looking for a quiet home with his own person to love and be a companion to. $50 adoption fee, cash only, which is to help reimburse for a portion of expenses of dog rescue and rehabilitation. Local adoptions only; within 75 mile radius because we deliver animal to its new home to do a home/yard check. Our adoption process involves meeting the animal, either at Petco in Menifee on Saturdays from 10-2 or by appointment on other days at the rescue in Quail Valley. We have the best interest of the animal in mind and our goal is to find a good, permanent home for each of our rescued animals. We have the right to decline an application if we feel it is not a good match or fit for the animal. If you like the animal and we both feel it is a good match, an application and adoption contract is completed. A convenient day/time is arranged for us to deliver the animal to its new home to do a home check (to make sure the home is safe and secure). We will collect the adoption fee (cash only) when we deliver the animal to its new home. All our adoptions are on a trial basis because our goal is to have a successful adoption where the animal has a good permanent home and never ends up in a bad situation again. We ask that you give the animal a chance to adjust and settle in his new home and environment. Going to a new home with new people and a new environment is traumatic and stressful. It will take time for the animal to become comfortable around you and his/her new home. This should be a bonding period where you get to know the animal and connect with it, spend time with it and take things slow. He/she will need to get to know and trust you and learn the rules of the house and what is expected of him/her. This takes time, sometimes 2-3 weeks. During this time we will hold the adoption fee and if the adoption is not working out, we ask that you contact us and return the animal and we will refund your adoption fee.