Non-Profit Chow Chow Dog REscue

Adopt a Chow Chow

Our focus is on placing our precious pup in loving homes where they will be accepted as member of the family.

Adopt a Chow Chow
Getting Involved

Save a Chow Chow

Chow Chow Rescue Society

Chow Chow Rescue Society was started in 2016. We are an organization developed to help chow chow’s needing attention now, whether in shelters,owner surrenders or homeless. We are a small but very dedicated group whose passion is to find the perfect, loving forever family for each of our fosters. Each of our founding members has a deep and abiding love for dogs/puppies but Chow Chows have stolen our hearts. 

MAKING a Donation

Please help us in keeping Chow Chow Rescue Society open. Every dollars helps us find a new home for our rescued Chow Chow and stop their sufferings.


Order your Pet Food at and Chow Chow Rescue Society, Inc. will get a $20 donation!

Please Help Support the Chow Chow Rescue Society

Sheets Fundraiser!

1500 Thread Count Soft Luxury Sheet Sets
Sets include (1) Flat Sheet, 1 (18”) Deep Pocket Fitted Sheet and (2) Pillowcases

*$64.95 with Online Fundraiser Code CCRS before the Fundraiser ends!

Visit, and in the upper right corner, click on “Shop for a Fundraiser” and use our discount promo code “CCRS” on all $89.95 sets through  November 24th, 2019 to redeem your special price.

Your order ships straight to you within two business days – no waiting for the fundraiser to close! Our team gets $20 for each Sheet Set sold! Please note that fundraiser pricing cannot be combined with other promo codes, discounts, or specials including Colors of the Month pricing.

Thank you for supporting us


Abel is unfortunately a victim of terrible breeding. He was rescued on 9/6/19 he is only 2 years old and his owner had purchased him from a pet store. He was surrendered due to a bite. Abel can barely open his eyes. We took him to the ophthalmologist Dr. Brown who said he needs bilateral upper and lower lid entropion surgery with possible brow lift.

Featured Chow Chow



Romeo is a 2 year old pomskie. Pomeranian and American Eskimo.

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Jack and Liam

Jack and Liam

Jack and Liam are 6 year old brothers who have lived with both male and female dogs as well as cats.

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Basil is a 5 year old male neutered chow that is good with female dogs and small breed male dogs.

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What we do

Our Services

Rescuing Pets

Our rescued dogs come from all different walks of life. Some were homeless, abused or surrendered by owners who can no longer care for them. When we receive a call to help a dog in need, we take all measures to ensure that we can provide them with the assistance that they require. As we are a non-profit organization, every dollar helps us find and provide them the much needed care.

Finding Pets a Home

If you are interested in owning a rescued dog, go to our help page and fill out our application form. We greatly appreciate your support and trust that you give us here at Chow Chow Rescue Society.

What Drives Us

Our Mission

Our organization tries to save and help rescued dogs that are in need of a new home. We rely heavily on donations and volunteers to fulfill the needs of the rescued dogs. We believe that every rescued dog deserves a home and love.


Pet Adoption Notes

What to know about Adopting vs. Buying a dog

When you choose to adopt, you’re doing a great thing. Many dogs end up in shelters or get rescued from harsh conditions. But this doesn’t mean they don’t deserve a second chance. Adopting a pet means that you’re giving an animal a new life. Often, dogs in rescues or shelters come from abusive homes or lived on the street. You have the opportunity to bring some happiness into their lives.

E-LEARNING : Safely acclimating a reactive dog into your home 101

Is your dog reactive towards people or other animals? If you have a newly added adoption, this course will help you make the transition smooth and successful. If you’ve been struggling with a reactive dog, this mini course gives you the tools to begin to repair your foundation and begin the healing process.

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