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Estimated Birthday January 11, 2008
Darling Dolly is a sweet, middle aged girl with an easy
going temperament. She weighs about ten pounds and has good, solid bones and a
lovely attitude; calm, quiet and easy to handle. But, she also loves car
rides and has been running a homemade agility course with the children in the
foster home! She will make a wonderful lapdog for an elderly home or a family
with school age children. Dolly enjoys her foster mom and children but is not
enamored with the foster dad who prefers the English Bulldog puppy house mate.
Dolly will appreciate someone who wants to go on walks
in the park and share a cosy sofa with a blanket and a cuddle. After a hard life
of multiple litters of puppies and a lack of basic care, Dolly deserves a home
with a family that wants to share a peaceful and quiet life together. Her
previous owners didn’t bother to have her HUGE hernia repaired, so our sweet
Dolly appreciates the comfort of a
loving home and enjoying a decent meal.
Dolly has been spayed and her hernia repaired, had a
dental, is vaccinated, microchipped and on monthly heartworm preventative.
Estimated Birthday November 19,
This happy little girl just loves to play and chase the
other dogs in her foster home. Based on her size and coloring, we think Duchess
is possibly a German Shepherd x Rottweiler mix. She has striking black and tan
with white point markings. She weighed 25 pounds at five months old.
She is very smart, she learned to sit on command within an
hour. She walks on a leash when she knows her handler, is crate and
housetrained. The foster home has several small dogs, two large dogs and a
couple of cats, so she is learning to interact well with other pets.
is going through formal obedience training and is very responsive and
Duchess was rescued from the Valencia County Animal Shelter
as a tiny two month old pup. She has been in her foster home since then so has
not been neglected or abused. She will make a great medium sized companion for a
home with an active family with a nice sized yard and well behaved children.
Duchess has had her full series of puppy shots, vaccinated
for rabies, spayed and microchipped. She is currently on monthly
ADOPTION FEE $150
Estimated Birthday: February 24, 2012
It was a tough time adjusting for this sweet boy. Skipper
was found abandoned in a wire cage, with his little buddy Gilligan, on the side
of the road in El Cerro Mission. Very underweight with a respiratory infection
it took a couple of weeks for us see his full potential. What a lover boy!!!
He is still a little nervous, most likely he isn’t used to
having a calm, quiet and warm home. But he is quickly getting used to attention
and lots of high quality food.
In his photo, taken after two weeks in quarantine, he is a
bit underweight at just a hair over six pounds. His healthy weight should be
about seven pounds. Skipper is great with the other dogs in his foster home. He
is learning to use the dog door and is crate trained. With a little time and
attention he will be a wonderful addition to a loving family.
Skipper is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped on
heartworm preventative, and a sweetheart looking for a family that appreciates a
small dog with a big heart and lots of love to give.
ADOPTION FEE $150
Estimated Birthday November 3, 2012
Colorado came to us from a litter of four puppies taken
to the Valencia County shelter. The owner has released over a dozen Chihuahuas
to the shelter in the past. He doesn’t speak English so the best the shelter
staff could do is ask their age and he held up four fingers. They assumed it
meant they were four weeks old. However, he could have meant there were four
Colorado weighed just under three pounds on January 1st
last year and just under four pounds on January 15th. He weighs about 12 pounds
now. Not quite what we anticipated . . .
He is a light fawn color with tiny slip of white on his
forehead and dainty white socks. He has sturdy bone in his legs so should do
well with school aged children and larger, social dogs. He is a bit timid so
needs a quiet home that can give him a lot of one-on-one attention until he
feels safe. He is not a fear biter, just wary of people. As the largest dog in
his foster home he has become dominate, however, he loves playing tag and keep
away with the more active dogs. We think that someone with a desire for a dog
that can keep up like a big dog, but is “suitcase size” for traveling and a
smaller size home and yard, can turn this boy into an incredible companion.
Colorado is not nippy, instead is compliant when held, groomed and fed. A
foster-to-adopt home that can help him transition and gain confidence would be
Colorado is neutered, had a full series of puppy shots, vaccinated to prevent
rabies, microchipped and on heartworm preventative.
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